Nomad 80

Windward Islands
Custom Sailing Trimaran 80
24.0M (79')

€ 0
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Ref. 1230
Management program

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PropulsionSail HullTrimaran TypeProject Engine2 Hull MaterialComposite Beam11.9m (40') Draft1.5m (5')

Guest Cabin(s)6 Crew Cabin(s)4 DesignerPHR Yacht Design / Windward Islands

Sailing Charter Yacht,
Commercial or pleasure vessel,
6 guest cabins with ensuite bathrooms,
All of similar size and fairly large Equivalence of 4* hotels service and quality,
Separate crew quarters with crew mess,
Large open space inside and outside.

A 24 meters TRIMARAN was the only solution to provide all of the above and more.
Historically the main work horses of the charter trades were trimarans ; "Architeutis" and sister-ships, "Carcara", "LammerLaw".
Still today in the BVI Trimarans such as "Cuan Law", "Promenade", "Wanderlust" and many more are keeping clients happy 52 weeks of the year.
Keeping the three hulls wet at all time allow exceptional stability and comfort.
A centerboard will keep the hull shallow and allows the boat to go in thin waters.
6 cabins of 12 square meters with separate bathrooms and toilets.
3 totally separate crew cabins and a crew mess will keep crew and guests happy and private.
Galley down for professional cooking and quietness on board.
Extra space below the salon for technical equipments and storage.
Large engine rooms away from accommodations to keep the boat easy maintained and peaceful.
Very large cockpit and flybridge for socializing and sunning.

TRIMARAN NOMAD 80 is built in composite Epoxy to meet an offshore sailing program, and is destined for charters and/or fractional ownership.
His configuration allows a demanding shipowner to navigate comfortably and safely in all sea conditions.
His fractional rigging allows to reduce the constraints on the structure and facilitates maneuvers with reduced crew. His moderate displacement, thanks to a proven construction process, also allows a reduction of efforts and equipment costs.
In addition, the assembly process allows for very moderate production costs, and offers the investor an unprecedented return on investment.
The trimaran also offers important exterior and interior surfaces, and will offer his passengers an unique comfort in navigation and at anchor, offering volumes comparable to a 50% larger ship.