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Published on 01 december 2016 at 0h00

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Built by JFA, experienced in the construction of luxurious and very robust custom yachts, this semi-custom aluminum and composite catamaran has all the assets necessary for ocean cruising or even exploration in absolute comfort, with silent operation and an absence of vibration. It’s nice compact proportions, seen from the outside, nevertheless offer the services of a 150-foot yacht. The owner’s panoramic cabin at the forward end of the nacelle, with access to the forward trampoline is huge, and doesn’t block the view of the sea from the lounge. A second boat is under construction, and an S 10 version is on the drawing board.

Builder: JFA
Length: 26.25 m
Beam: 11.93 m
Draft: 2.24 m
Unladen weight: 60 t
Windward sail area: 370 m²
Downwind sail area: 485 m²
Fresh water: 3,000 l
Fuel: 3,800 l
Engines: 2 x 380 hp
Price: By quotation

Privilege S8


Launched in 2010 with the 102’ then the 82’, which had an interior jacuzzi in the owner’s cabin, the builder’s Double Deck range has filled out, with this new intermediate size. With the 180° cabin at the front and a mezzanine in the saloon, it offers 300m² of liveable area and a huge flybridge. Its exact specifications are not yet known, but the mold to produce the hull in resin composite materials is already operational. We’re counting on the builder to surprise us at the planned launch in the middle of 2017.

Builder: Sunreef Yachts
Length: 26.80 m
Beam: 11.20 m
Draft: 2.30 m
Windward sail area: 395 m²
Fresh water: 2 x 800 l
Fuel: 2 X 4,000 l
Engines: 2 x 425 hp
Price: By quotation

Sunreef 88


The La Rochelle-based architects’ office, Berret-Racoupeau, has created this 110-foot ‘one-off’, in close cooperation with a Chinese builder, Ruiying Yachts. It will be built in aluminum and the level of finish promises to be among the most sophisticated. Its ‘double deck’ design is discreet, as the forward platform, housing a spacious master cabin with a balcony, is lowered between the hulls, giving the boat ...

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