Blue Coast 95

October 11, 2010 by klavreeva
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Builder: H2X
Designer: Coste Design and Partners
Base Location: La Ciotat, the Med
Yacht Type: New Sailing Yachts
Engine: 2 x 425 CV Cummins QSB 5.9
Material: Sandwiched epoxy/fiberglass/carbon/PVC foam/balsa – vacuum bag system
LOA: 28.80 m (94.5')
Draft: 2.00 m (6.6')
Beam: 12.00 m (39.4')
Max Speed: 15 knots
Year: 2010
Guests: 8
Guests (when cruising): 12
Cabins: 5
Crew: 4
Country Built: France
Hull Material/Type: composite
Naval Architect: Jean-Jacques Coste
Yacht Class: Sailing
Operating Locations: Cote d Azur, La Ciotat, the Med

The Blue Coast 95’ heralds the first generation of custom sailing yachts offered by the Blue Coast design team. She was launched on 29th September in the H2X shipyard based in La Ciotat.

Built exclusively for private use, the 95’ Blue Coast is a pure one-off. With its three deck sloop design, it is also one of the world’s largest cruising catamarans measuring 28.8 meters in length by 12m in width. Its sleek, contemporary lines are accentuated by the anthracite metallic gray hull, a lacquered interior in gray tones, with black and white accents, and wide bay windows for plenty of natural lighting. The flybridge is equipped with a Jacuzzi. The aft benefits from a hydraulic platform for easy access to the water and the launching of the tender and private watercrafts.

Due to its light weight composite structure (55 tons) and hydraulic operating systems, the Blue Coast 95’ promises great performances at sea: speed, suppleness and elegance in all weather conditions. Its long and narrow twin hulls make this maxi-catamaran remarkably stable both underway and at anchor even in rough seas.

The Blue Coast 95’ is also equipped with a roller furling boom developed in partnership with French mast makers Petit Jean Composites and H2X. As with all Jean-Jacques Coste designs, the rigging is simple and efficient. The sails by North Sails include a self-rolling Solent jib, a Gennaker, as well as an innovative and high-performance 235sq meter roller furling Mainsail. In addition, the vessel’s minimum draft allows for shallow coastal cruising, which is often difficult if not impossible for similar-sized monohulls.

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