French shipyard Couach has today announced the launch of the fifth unit of its 2300 Fly model and the delivery of the first 4400 Fast Fly motor yacht.
Launched on 16th March, the fifth 2300 Fly yacht has a length of 23m, a beam of 5.37m and a draft of 1.50m. Built in composite, she has a displacement of 50 tonnes.
Accommodation-wise, this unit features two large guest cabins located on the lower deck, including a full-beam owner’s suite with spacious dressing area. On this deck is also situated a twin crew cabin.
Powered by two MAN 12V 1400 1,029kW diesel engines, this elegant and sporty planing yacht has a maximum speed of 34 knots, a cruising speed of 24 knots, and a range of 600nm. The vessel is also equipped with zero-speed gyroscopic stabilisers.
Launched at the end of 2016 and recently delivered to her owner, the first unit of the 4400 Fast Fly model has a length of 44.80m, a beam of 9.25m and a draft of 2.37m. Built in composite, she has a displacement of 340 tonnes.
The yacht features naval architecture, and both exterior and interior design developed by the yard’s in-house team of engineers and architects.
The main deck of the vessel includes a large lounging and seating area located aft, a well-equipped galley amidships, as well as a panoramic VIP stateroom forward.
On the lower deck are situated a full-beam owner’s suite amidships, two guest staterooms forward, and three cabins for 5 crew members in the bow. On this deck is also located a side garage capable of housing a 6m Novurania tender.
The upper deck features a large sunbathing area, a panoramic dining area with seating for up to 12 guests, a double guest stateroom and the captain’s cabin, which is situated behind the wheelhouse.
The flybridge includes a large sunpad aft, a dining table for up to 10 guests, a comfortable seating area and a wet bar.
Powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M93 3,120kW diesel engines, the first 4400 Fast Fly has a maximum speed of 24 knots, a cruising speed of 17 knots, and a range of 608nm. The vessel is also equipped with zero-speed gyroscopic stabilisers.
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