The French shipyard has officially unveiled the new and longest catamaran in the line.
The hull of the 26-meter vessel will be made of aluminum, and the superstructure will be made of composite materials. The design of the catamaran was developed by the shipyard team in collaboration with Marc Lombard Design.
The Long Island 86 Power will be distinguished not only by its impressive dimensions, but also by its high technical characteristics. In addition, the catamaran will be equipped with solar panels to ensure the operation of the systems during parking.
The ship's interior was designed by the French studio Darnet Design. More than 11 meters wide, the yacht is functionally used to create a light and “airy” atmosphere on board. The four cabins of the catamaran can accommodate up to eight guests.
The profile of the new yacht is defined by a large filebridge, which has a helmsman's station, a separate bar and a spacious lounge area. Additionally, the option of allocating the wheelhouse to a private space is assumed. The Long Island 86 Power also boasts additional outdoor seating on the aft deck and a Jacuzzi in the foredeck.
JFA Yachts said that the new catamaran can be supplied with both conventional and hybrid propulsion.