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Couach launched a new 26m model!

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Couach Yachts launched the innovative 2600 FLY yacht on the Arcachon Bay and entered the impressive dominion of 80-foot boats for the first time. Thanks to this new presentation, Couach expands the range of its yacht and professional speedboat catalogue that already boasts 13 models from 14 to 50 metres.

This new yacht will be presented to the press and the public at the Cannes Boat Show from 10th to 15th of September 2013.

The 2600 FLY was designed to fill the gap in the range of 22 a 28 metre models. With the latest approach to on-board passenger circulation and space management, it offers all the brand features that have established Couach's reputations: deep V-shaped planing hull, stability and agility, composite materials, shaft line propulsion and speed. This 26m model is a compact, homogeneous and functional yacht for pleasant life on-board and sailing.

Franck Reynaud was the in-house designer who imagined a contemporary model consistent with today's tendencies when developing this new 26m model. It has the brand's unique lines that reflect its precision, commitment and marine qualities. 2600 FLY also has particular features: stylistic effects borrowed from the 50 metre yacht design, large sliding side doors that open the lounge onto the sea, the bow layout and the flying bridge layout.

Layout is always entirely customizable at Couach shipyard. To define the options for the 2600 FLY layout, the client drew on ideas from the 50 metre super yacht built in 2012: La Pellegrina. The result is ideal and within its 26 metres and four cabins the new model combines all the assets one would except on a bigger vessel.

Main characteristics

Overall length: 26,20 metres
Hull length: 23,95 metres
Beam: 6,30 metres
Draft: 1,70 metres
Fuel tank: 10000 Litres
Fresh water: 1800 Litres
Maximum speed: 31 knots
Engines: 2 X 12V1800 HP MAN – 1800 HP
Engine power possible from 1200 to 1800 HP
Construction materials: Kevlar® composite

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