Length: 22.8 m
Length: 20 m
Length: 17.6 m
Length: 43 m
Length overall 141 ft 11 in (43.30 m) Beam 26 ft 11 in (8.20 m) Draft 6 ft 6 in (2.00 m) Displacement 225 t approximately Fuel capacity 11,770 US gal (44,550 l) Fresh water capacity 2,230 US gal (8,440 l) Black water capacity 440 ...
Length: 39.3 m
Length overall 128 ft 11 in (39.30 m) Beam 24 ft 8 in (7.50 m) Draft 6 ft 6 in (2.00 m) Displacement 210 t approx. Fuel capacity 8,270 US gal (31,310 l) Fresh water capacity 1,040 US gal (3,940 l) Black water capacity 740 US gal ...
Length: 33 m
Introducing the latest edition to the Warwick Yacht Design fleet: the elegant and performance built 103’ Sportsfisherman With traditional Sportsfish sheer, large fighting cockpit and two professional game chairs. Powered ...
Length: 17.28 m
... The hull sides are to be epoxy glass laminate/foam/epoxy glass laminate. The hull laminate is post-cured, a complete rigid composite backbone and stiffening structure installed to designer specification. Super structure ...
Length: 26.76 m
Sanlorenzo has channeled its decades of experience into the SL86, combining signature styling with new innovations and an unparalleled level of customisation within its category.Technical DataLength Overall: 26,76 mMaximum Beam: 6,35 ...
Length: 34.1 m
... of both.The experience gained by Sanlorenzo in the production of over 30 SD sailing motor yachts has culminated in the shipyard developing this flawless motor yacht design.Technical DataLength Overall: ...
Length: 29 m
The new Magnum 100′ model, presented by Magnum Marine, will be Magnum’s largest yacht. The styling was designed by the talented young, Italian designer, Alberto Mancini, and offers a completely new concept of outdoor ...
Length: 34 m
The Westport 112 | 34m offers eloquent proof of Westport's leadership in the design and construction of exceptional motor yachts. Crisp, contemporary styling balanced with timeless traditional appeal keynotes a vessel ...
Length: 38.1 m
... of Westport's leadership in the design and construction of exceptional motor yachts. Westport's newest motor yacht retains all of the Westport standards of quality yacht construction, ...
Length: 35 m
... designerAchille Salvagni Architetti Hull designerPierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture & Azimut Yachts KeelPlanning with wave piercer BuilderAzimut Yachts
Length: 72 m
Length over all: 72mBeam over all: 14.5mGross tonnage: 1305Main engines: MTU 12V 4000 M90Class: DNVRegister: MCA LY3Transatlantic: 20 knots128m2 owner suite with 11m deck145m2 salon with 22m length including winter garden100m2 forward ...
Length: 49 m
FULL SPECIFICATIONS Length over all: 49m Beam over all: 11m Gross tonnage: 490 Main engines: MTU 16V 2000 M94 Class: DNV Register: DNV, MCA LY3 Max speed: 32 knots Hull: Carbon fibre Superstructure: ...
Length: 45.5 m
Hull COMPOSITESuperstructure COMPOSITELength Overall 149/45.5 MBeam 29 / 9.0 MMax Draft 7/2.35 MDisplacement at full load Approx 859,802 LBS / 390 TDisplacement at half load Approx 760,594 LBS / 345 TGross tonnage Approx 499 GTFuel Capacity ...
Length: 16.2 m
... fiberglass laminates, foam and end-grain balsa coring, custom blended modified epoxy and polyester resins, and vacuum-bagged composite bulkheads throughout. Our computer-operated five-axis profiling milling machine ...
Length: 31.09 m
... woods, exquisite craftsmanship, stone countertops and fine furnishings will have you convinced that this is our finest motor yacht ever.
Delightful sailing and the peaceful roadstead: an agile pocket-mega yacht offering Yacht owners unparalleled spaces to enjoy spending time together and incomparable technological solutions.
A compact yacht with greater autonomy and wider spaces than its predecessor in the Sherpa series: versatile, intelligent navigation that enhances the pleasure of good company on board.
... Construction is infused FRP composite with CoreCell PVC foam core. Water-jet propulsion means that this vessel will have an operating draft of approximately three feet, or roughly one and one-half feet less than a propeller-driven ...
Length: 37.8 m
At 124 feet, AERIE is a lightweight composite, semi-displacement, tri-deck motor yacht with proven excellence in performance, technical innovation, and dramatic design. Named after an eagle’s nest, she ...
Length: 46 m
... built an arresting 151-foot composite exploration-style yacht with a full-displacement hull, capable of providing the finest performance and extraordinary comfort while at sea for months at a time. This ...
... Nordhavn has taken what it does best, building long-range luxury expedition yachts, and incorporated all the fishing features and rigging found on tournament sportfishers to create a yacht that can truly ...
Length: 16.5 m
Designed by Arch. Gian Marco Campanino | GMC Architecture, this sporty yacht can reach the incredible top speed of 40 knots thanks to the VOLVO IPS 1200 which is fitted engines. It’s a real day-cruiser or weekender which ...
Length: 23.95 m
... SEA GROUP Exterior designer ARCH. GIAN MARCO CAMPANINO Interior designer ARCH. GIAN MARCO CAMPANINO Hull COMPOSITE Superstructure material COMPOSITE LOA 23.95 M Beam max 6.20 M Main engines 3 x VOLVO ...
Length: 36.45 m
Construction FRP/ARAMAT Type Planning LOA 36.45 m Maximum beam 7.40 m Gross tonnage (estimated) 235 GRT Main engine type 3 x CAT C32 ACERT Main engine power 3 x 1417 kW @ 2300 rpm Max speed 28.00 knots Range at cruising speed 550 NM at ...
Length: 43.63 m
Construction FRP/ARAMAT Type Planning LOA 43.63 m Maximum beam 8.30 m Gross tonnage (estimated) 298 GRT Main engine type 2 x MTU 16V 4000 M93L + HYBRID LOW RANGE Main engine power 2 x 3440 KW @ 2100 rpm Max speed 32.00 knots/8.00 knots ...
Length: 25 m
25m aluminium/composite high speed express cruiser 40+ knots top speed Design by Michael Peters Yacht Design; interior by JC Espinosa Jim Radley, owner, M/Y Jariya “McMullen & Wing’s reputation for ...
Length: 40 m
40m advanced composite luxury “yacht fisher” Design by Jack Sarin & Associates Captain Mike Hein, on celebrating Mea Culpa’s first 100,000 nautical miles in March 2012 “You should all be hugely proud ...
Length: 19 m
... Art of Kinetik. Blending enviable levels of comfort and refinement with daring looks and peerless performance, this 63 foot yacht epitomizes the genre. Its solid mahogany hull and Rolls Royce water jets combine to deliver ...
Length: 17.68 m
Using the experience gained over the years, the suggestions given to us by dive charter captains the world over, we have designed and built our Newton Dive Specials. We listened and incorporated features such as " Fiberglass Stringers" ...
Length: 28.85 m
TYPE VESSEL COMPOSITEMOTORYACHT HULL TYPE V PLANING CONSTRUCTION GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY SANDWICH CLASSIFICATION RINA/MCACOMPLIANT DIMENSIONS LOA 28.85 M LWL 21.73M MAX. BEAM 6.44 M DRAFT (1/3 LADEN) 1.72 M DISPLACEMENT (1/3 ...
Length: 34 m
TYPE VESSEL COMPOSITE MOTORYACHT HULL TYPE V PLANING CONSTRUCTION GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY SANDWICH CLASSIFICATION RINA/MCA COMPLIANT DIMENSIONS LOA 34.00M LWL 28.20M MAX. BEAM 7.50 M TOTAL DRAFT 1.98 M DISPLACEMENT ...
How to choose this product
A composite yacht is a recreational motor vessel built of fiberglass-, carbon- or Kevlar®-reinforced resin. On NauticExpo yachts are at least 15 meters long and super-yachts are from 30 to 45 meters. Larger craft are called mega-yachts.
Such vessels are found in charter service or used by individuals for cruising or short outings.
Composites are rarely used for yachts above 30 meters because construction requires meticulous processes and a shipyard with more expensive, specialized equipment than that used in steel or aluminum boat building. Thus, metal hulls with composite decks, solid or sandwich, are more common.
This saves weight in the superstructure, increases stability and offers more harmonious shapes and a superior finish than can be obtained with metal. Construction procedures include infusion, vacuum and hand laying. The finish surface is usually gelcoat.
How to choose
Choice will depend on boat size and number of cabins needed. If the vessel is for charter use, facilities for hotel services and a certain separation between crew and guest areas must be planned.
- Lighter, less fuel consumption
- More curved forms possible
- Simplified maintenance
- Hard to recycle when scrapped
- Complex, expensive construction
- Less sturdy than metal