Long Island 87’ - New design, but still with aluminum hulls

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The Long Island 87 will feature a more modern superstructure, a longer flybridge and, of course, new technology for greater comfort. JFA retains its tried-and-tested construction method: the aluminum hulls will be topped by a composite deck and superstructure. The deck layout and interior will be quite similar to those of the 86-foot powercat: in addition to the XXL flybridge and its nav station, there is a sheltered bar and large saloon, the accommodation on the lower levels should total 1,335 square feet (124 m²), including a particularly generous Owner’s cabin. The Long Island 87 has been designed to accommodate 10 guests and 4 crew.

Builder: JFA Yachts
Architect: Marc Lombard Yacht Design Group
Interior design: Darnet Design
Overall length: 86’1” (26.25 m)
Beam: 39’2” (11.93 m)
Draft: 7’4” (2.24 m)
Light displacement 58 t
Sail area: 3,875 sq ft (360 m²)
Motors: 2 x 380 HP
Generators: 2 x 19 kW 

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