Couach 2600 Fly
In September, the Shipyard Chantier Naval Couach presented a complete new collection of yachts, from 14 meters to 50 metres, including the new 26 m motor yacht.
The Couach 2600 Fly is built in full glass-Kevlar and Carbon. The Hull benefits from all the Couach know how, giving the Yacht ultimate performance in rough seas. The exterior lines have been Designed by Franck Reynaud head of Design at Couach, the interior decoration is signed by Danielle Chopard. This new model offers a modern and sporty line emphasised by extra large portholes in the cabins, large bay windows at Salon with full height lateral bays window opening to the sides next to the dining area. These features create a unique soft atmosphere on board where all guests will really feel and see the ocean all around the yacht all day long.
The 2600 Fly can be powered by twin 1,800hp MAN engines, which allows the Yacht to reach 31 knots of top speed with a comfortable and economical cruising speed of 20 knots offering a range of 600 nautical miles.
The interior can accommodate 8 guests in 4 staterooms on the lower deck. A full-beam master cabin with independent access from main deck, the other cabins are built forward and comprise a roomy VIP cabin, which benefits from these large windows. The two aft crew cabins are independent and organized to accommodate 3 to 4 crew members.
The new Couach 2600 Fly offers the same benefits of luxury and comfort on board a Super Yacht with an interior completely custom made to the customer
The new 2600 Fly has been designed especially for “Owners’ Operators” which would like to appreciate the Yacht with or without a Captain, to appreciate long cruises with their family, in a great level of comfort and ultimate luxury.
The first Couach 2600 Fly, launched in June, will presented to the press and the public at the Cannes Boat Show from 10th to 15th Of September 2013
Launching of the 2800 Open - NOE
Thursday the 11th of April 2013
Many people came to attend the launching of the 2800 Open NOE, the fourth unit of this series.
The refined, lively,energic lines of this Open, provides a modern design. Noé keeps the seaworthiness and manoeuvrability that have shaped the reputation of the Couach shipyard.
Powered by two MTU 16V2000 M93 engines Noé can reach a top speed of 38 knots, and provides a cruising speed of 27 knots.
Space and comfort on board: Noé can accommodate 8 guests in 4 cabins: an owner’s suite, a Vip and two twin cabins.
The interior design is sleek and naturalistic. To create an interior custom design, luminous, the owner has favored blond teck and natural colors of leathers and fabrics.
The Yacht will be deliverd to the Owner at the end of April, a faithful customer of the Couach shipyard
5000 Fly Hull n° 02 under construction
After the successful launch of La Pellegrina in 2012, the first 50m Couach presented during the Cannes & Monaco Yacht Show, the Shipyard continues the construction of the 5000 Fly no 2 which has been highly optimized: Hull and superstructure built in Glass Kevlar by infusion process, Top speed has increased by 2 knots to reach 30kts, stabilizers are now gyroscopic types, the interior Guest cabins and Salon are entirely built by Metrica Germany, exterior decks will be the biggest for a yacht of this category built under 500 GT.
The ship is now built under the Survey of Winterbotham to guaranty the best Yachting standards without making any compromise on performance and sea behaviour which have always made Couach Yachts some Yachts apart.
Delivery is scheduled for April 2014.
5000 Fly La Pellegrina
Chantier Naval Couach has just launched its latest and largest yacht ever built by the historical French Shipyard: “La Pellegrina”Entirely built in Glass Kevlar® with Carbon ® reinforcement by infusion process, this 495GT vessel only weights 290T and is able to cruise in amazing comfort at 28kts in heavy sea conditions.
The exterior lines are designed by Couach and the interior is signed by the talented Designer Jean Pierre Fantini.
Hulls no 2 and 3 are already in production for delivery in 2014 and 2015.