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JFA Yachts launches a new 43m superyacht

By Adrian Prisca


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The French shipyard JFA has just launched a new 43 metre all aluminum motor yacht over the weekend, designed by the Dutch design firm Vripack. The new 43m superyacht was built for remote expeditions and it houses two large 5.60 metre tenders on the foredeck.

Built to Bureau Veritas class and in compliance with the MCA LV2, the yacht is powered by twin Cummins diesel engines which develop 750 HP each. The construction of the hull started in 2008 and this new yacht has a transatlantic range at 11 knots.

Its interior features a large saloon and dining room on the main deck, the wheelhouse is located on the upper deck as well as the  captain’s cabin and the library. The lower deck of the yacht has four double guests cabins, the master suite and the crew quarters, enough to accommodate 11 guests and 8 crew members.

During the next months this yacht will undergo sea trials before delivery in time for the summer season to its future owner.


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