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2023 Power Buyer’s Guide - Over 70 feet

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Vacuum infusion and à la carte finish

The Italian design by Roberto Curto is characterized by an incredible amount of glazed surface areas, both in the nacelle and in the hulls, where many vertical portholes are to be found. The construction, planned in infusion, guarantees a managed displacement and therefore more modest consumption. This project also has the originality of being designed in Europe but built in Mexico. The new model can be customized to order – for example, a hybrid engine can be installed.

Builder: Contoy Catamarans
Architect: Roberto Curto
Length: 70’ (21.34 m)
Beam: 30’ (9.15 m)
Light displacement: 92,800 lbs (42.1 t)
Engines: 2 x 700 HP
Fuel: 2 x 792 to 1,320 US gal (2 x 3,000 to 5,000 l)
Max speed: 22 knots
Cabins: 4/5
Guests: 12 + crew
Price: on demand


A boat that can take you anywhere!

The #1 interest of these new ocean-going multihulls is their very low drag. The Leen 72, like her smaller sistership, the 56, retains the principle of a vast platform sat above the three hulls, but adopts smaller and more aft-set floats than those of the NEELs, so that the deck plan, seen from above, is reminiscent of that of a monohull – a very wide one! Maximum habitability, panoramic view from the pod, low consumption, good behavior in rough seas: the 72 promises to be an ideal craft for long cruising or even exploration missions.

Builder: LEEN Trimarans 
Architects: Nivelt and Frutschi
Overall length: 71’6” (21.80 m)
Beam: 29’ (8.85 m)
Draft: 4’5” (1.34 m)
Light displacement: 74,950 lbs (34 t)
Water: 264 US gal (1,000 l)
Fuel: 1,320 US gal (5,000 l)
Engine: 330 HP
Cabins: 4 to 6
CE Certification: A
Price: € 2,800,000 ex-tax


The oceans are her playground

The hulls designed by Marc Lombard are made of aluminum, while the deck, superstructure and wheelhouse use composite materials. With its two 500 HP Cummins engines, the 78 Power cruises at 12 knots, with three more knots to reach top speed. The objective, thanks to this moderate engine size, the large tank capacity and the extensive work that’s gone into controlling the displacement, is to offer transatlantic range. The deck layout presents some interesting innovations: the wheelhouse on the flybridge is an enclosed space intended for navigation but also for relaxation with a bench seat and a desk.

Builder: JFA Yachts
Architect: Marc Lombard Yacht Design Group
Design: Darnet Design 
Overall length: 77’10” (23.72 m)
Waterline length: 75’8” (23.06 m)
Beam: 36’8” (11.17 m)
Draft: 4’1” (1.24 m)
Light displacement: 119,000 lbs (54 t) 
Engines: 2 x 500 HP Cummins
Generators: 2 x 17.5 kW Onan
Cruising speed: 12 knots
Max speed: 15 knots (half load)
Material: aluminum and composites
Price: by quotation

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