50-meter "La Pellegrina" is splashed at Couach
The largest yacht built by Couach yachts has now been officially splashed. This happened over the weekend on the 8th of April. Keep in mind that the launching of the latest Couach is also a milestone for France as well as she is the largest composite-manufactured vessel in France.
The 49.50-meter superyacht has been christened with the name plates, "La Pellegrina". A quick revision of some key features suggest she has accommodation for twelve. Two twin cabins, two doubles a VIP-type cabin and the master stateroom exist. La Pellegrina
is powered by dual MTU 5,300 horse power engines. These will run her to a maximum speed of 28-knots as well as a cruising speed of 25-knots. Economical cruising should provide a transatlantic range. Delivery of La Pellegrina
is expected for May. Couach has the second 50-meter under construction for expected launch in 2013 in addition to a third hull possibly for 2014.
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