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News: Amasea Yacht 84 Catamaran

Discussion in 'Latest Catamaran Launches' started by Yacht News, Aug 28, 2019.

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  1. New Amasea 84 Catamaran
    Who is Amasea Yachts? This is a relatively new company that is looking to break into the market with an 84-foot (25-meter) motor catamaran called the Amasea 84. They are claiming to use new techniques in building a motor catamaran by utilizing metal (instead of fiberglass) and building on a three-deck basis instead of two. "The project is developed for live aboard and long-range ocean cruising," said CEO and Founder Jack Wijnants. "The yacht is designed on the limit of legal 'small craft' range, due to the fact that catamarans provide accommodation spaces comparable with much larger yachts."
  2. Amasea Yachts is saying this 25-meter catamaran is designed to cross the Atlantic without refueling or reprovisioning as it has enough dry and cold storage for six weeks worth of food. Naval Architecture and exterior design is by Dr. Albert Nazarov. The yard says production of these yachts will be very limited but offering the owners a very high level of customization. Offering a yacht similar in size to many other industry players but having three-decks allows for more flexibility. The master suite can either be on the main of the lower deck depending on what the owner wants. Two galleys can also be installed, one for guest use and the other for the crew. They are leaving the interior design up to an owner who are free to bring in their own designer if desired.
  3. The first hull is expected to take around 18 to 20 months to build. Once the operation is streamlined, they expect to cut that down to 16 months or less. The yachts are to be built from 5083 aluminum alloy and the hull will be reinforced for cruising in higher latitudes. The range with this yacht is anticipated to be 2,000 nautical miles. The two engines will be MTU 10V 2000 M96s each with 1,920 horse power giving an 18-knot top end. the LOA is 25.45-meters with a healthy beam of 10.98-meters and a draft of 1.79-meters. The displacement is carded to be 130 tonnes. Watch this space regarding further news of this yacht if it makes it to the water.

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