|JFA World Cruiser Catamaran Spécifications|
|Type de bien:||Catamaran|
|Année de construction:||2018|
|Matériau de la coque:||Aluminum|
|Longueur:||25.9m / feet|
|Poutre:||11.93 / 39.14 feet|
|Tirant d'eau max:||2.2 / 7.22 feet|
|Design extérieur:||Naval Architect, Marc Lombard|
|[Interior Design]:||Frank Darnet|
|Moteurs:||2 x Yanmar 380 cv 380hp|
JFA NDSE Yacht à Vendre
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NDSE is this second hull in the Long Island 85 series and incorporates the main characteristics of Hull #1, namely an aluminium hull with superstructure made of composite. In their constant search for weight reduction , JFA Yachts paid particular attention to the use of light materials, including laminates on honeycomb cores, for the construction of the interior. This resulted in a lightship weight of only 56T for this 85' performance, cruising catamaran.
Delivered in 2018, NDSE was designed for circumnavigation through both poles, and has already been taken to Antarctica by her current owner. The flybridge and the cockpit can be fully enclosed and heated offering a comfortable space and the ability to enjoy the sublime but cold landscapes of the poles. Additionally, the flybridge accommodates the outside helm station and the winches as well as a lounge and sunbathing areas.
Equipped with a carbon mast and boom, NDSE features a sail plan tailored for high-performance sailing together with hydraulic fittings on the flybridge which ensures she is easily handled, even with a reduced crew. Externally, the yacht offers a large aft cockpit with a relaxing seating area on starboard and a dining table on the port side, together with large sunbathing areas and a daytime toilet. In order to limit the overall weight of the boat, the use of teak was limited to the deck forward of the owner's cabin, the aft cockpit, and the flybridge.
In terms of performance under sail, she is very quick…. The sails were made by the highly respected sailmaker "Incidences" using the latest D4 membrane technology in order to combine form with stability, lightness, and longevity. NDSE achieves 11 knots upwind and 12 knots under gennaker at 90 °, with 15 knots of true wind meaning that she is capable of very good daily averages when cruising.
French interior design house, Darnet Design, created a sophisticated yet understatedly elegant interior using natural tones. The furniture is in oak, contrasted by the addition of walnut with the space enhanced by the addition of multiple soft furnishings in bright colors to lift the entire space to another level and also allowing for an element of customisation by the new owner.
The cockpit flows into the huge main saloon, with a bar on starboard and a more formal dining area on port side. Forward is the chart table which includes all the navigation equipment, significantly upgraded for global exploration by the owner, together with entertainment and excellent communication systems which allow for long stays on board.
The owner's cabin occupies the entire beam of the boat, including a lounge area and large windows which flood the room with light and allow for splendid panoramic views as well as private access to the foredeck.
The port hull accommodates the owner's bathroom, a children's cabin with 3 beds, together with a guest cabin aft. The aft section of the starboard hull accommodates the 4th guest cabin. The forward section is dedicated to the crew with the captain's cabin, a double cabin, and large galley with crew mess.
A 16' tender aft of the cockpit is launched using a Tenderlift platform.
The many exterior lockers offer ample storage for fenders and mooring lines as well as an array of leisure equipment (inflatable longboards, Wakeboard, etc.). NDSE also has a large trunk overlooking the rear platform to store 4 bicycles as well as diving equipment.