From April 15 to 19, the prominent French shipyard, JFA Yachts, will be present at the International Multihull Boat Show 2015, running in La Grande Motte, South of France. The event is of a great importance for the company, which aims to become one of the main players of the 2-hull superyacht market.
Last year saw the company launch the first of its semi-custom catamarans – the Long Island 85’ charter yacht WindQuest, that has had a huge success on the luxury yacht charter market. The all-new Long Island 100’ yacht is also in build, designed to cruise far and in maximum comfort.
JFA Yachts’ Long Island catamarans boast revolutionary arrangement with the master cabin positioned on fore wet deck. The cabin provides spectacular views and direct access on the fore deck.
JFA Yachts has also constructed such breath-taking custom large catamarans as the glass/epoxy-built 85’ charter yacht Rose of Jericho or the carbon/epoxy-built 110’ superyacht mousetrap. Last September saw the company unveil a 115’ Power catamaran concept in partnership with Peugeot Design Lab. This striking vessel could represent the future of the motor yachts.