NEEL 52 - A 4 to 6-cabin trimaran to suit every program

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This new model logically abandons the Joubert/Nivelt stamp, taking on that of Marc Lombard Yacht Design – as with the most recent models. The central hull has substantial freeboard but also a pronounced rocker so that the trimaran remains capable in all circumstances. The voluminous floats have much tighter lines, limiting pitching and optimizing stability. The mid-height helm station is also home to all sail handling maneuvers. It is adjacent to a large flybridge and benefits from a double access. The cutter rig can be upgraded to the Performance version with a carbon spar 28” (70 cm) taller. The manufacturer has of course adopted its Cockloon® concept aboard the 52, a clever synthesis of cockpit and saloon.

Technical specifications:
Builder: NEEL Trimarans
Architect: Marc Lombard Yacht Design
Length: 52’2” (15.9 m)
Beam: 28’10” (8.8 m)
Draft: 6’3” (1.9 m)
Air draft: 79’1” (24.1 m) - aluminum mast / 81’4” (24.8 m) - carbon mast
Light displacement: 27,780 lbs (12.6 t)
Laden displacement: 42,990 lbs (19.5 t)
Mainsail: 1,022/1,098 sq ft (95/102 m²)
Genoa: 764 sq ft (71 m²)
Staysail: 344 sq ft (32 m²)
Water: 158 US gal (600 l)
Fuel: 185 US gal (700 l)
Engine: 110 HP 

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