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NEEL 43 TRIMARAN- Avalaible NOW !
This Boat Configuration: Volvo 50 HP engine sail drive - 1 set of service gel batteries - 1x 12V engine battery 70A Optima - Foresail halyard with lashing - Head, washbasin and hot / cold water shower - Reading lamps with USB socket - 130L Drawer fridge/freezer - Upper storage cabinet above the kitchen - Pressurized hot and cold freshwater - 60L water heater - 2-burners gas hob and gas oven with grill - "dinner" cockpit table and saloon table - Front locker for propane and mooring kit - 2 bow trampolines - Anchor locker - Inox anchor roller on the bow - Transom ladder - GRP sandwich infusion - Hull gel coat light grey RAL 7047 - Woodwork in ALPI
INCLUDED UPGRADES - Pack Premium = Dacron full batten mainsail with ball bearings cars - Dacron genoa on furler with UV stripe - Lazy bag - 12V electrical windlass with foot control - Folding propeller - Cabin curtains - Cockpit and saloon cushions - freshwater outside shower on port float transom- Holding tank - LED navigation lights - LED interior lights - Mooring kit (3 lines and 6 fenders) - Rigid cockpit roof - 12V bow thruster with 1 dedicated battery - 230V network: 6 x 220V outlets + 25 m shoreline, service battery charger, engine battery charger - Combi 230V/12V power 2000W / 80A - Mooring kit (50 m cable + 60 m chain + Kobra 20Kg anchor) - Pack HiFi à la table à cartes avec 4HP - Antifouling with epoxy primer
More Upgrades = Cockpit and aft transom steps in synthetic teak
Removable flexible protection for bimini helm station
Powered fan (maximum 4)
Curtains for the entrance sliding door
Outside blind protection made of Batyline (white color)
Plexiglass separation between saloon and port cabin
Pack Comfort = Master cabin: canvas storage replaced by woodwork furniture unit, wooden solid rail (along the bed), Bolon flooring
Forward cabin: headboard Alpi panel, shelves in Alpi, Bolon flooring
Port cabin : shelves in Alpi, Bolon flooring
Saloon: Bolon flooring, saloon celling in Alpi, solid wood rails in front of the chart table, 6 storage bins"
Combi 3000W/120A instead of 2000W/ 80A
2 x solar panels in front of the roof total 312w
Main network 60HZ / 6 outlets in 110V + batteries + gauges + panels (the water heater will be in 110V) + 50A shore power
Pack B&G2020 Loch/depth/wind WS310 Triton2 + Pilot B&G Triton2 + watertight VHF DSC and reception AIS NMEA2000
Triton2 autopilot control pannel at Chart Table
Ecran 12" helm station (not available with OPT 43 EL004)
Windlass control and chain counter at helm station
Deck fittings for spinnaker + 2 winches + 2 sheets + 2 blocks for sheets
Powered winch instead of exterior manual winch
Staysail on removable furler with the storage bag
Dinghy lift system with LINE DRIVER with remote control in replacement of manual standard system
Security equipment 8PAX french norms - according to inventory
Dinghy 3,1m Alu/Hypalon with 6HP outboard engine
Especial Option - Pre Installation for Gen Ste and AC Unit
North Sails Helix Gennaker and Facnor Fast 2500 Furler
This new 43" features all the performance that Neel is well known for, and features 3 double and 2 single cabins, all accessible from the main saloon.
Why a Trimaran is SAFER at Sea ?
The width of NEEL trimarans is an important factor for safety on the high seas because it is a guarantee of stability. On a catamaran, the maximum righting moment occurs at 12° heeling, as shown on the stability curve. This angle can be reached relatively easily when sailing in strong winds and heavy seas. However, on a trimaran, this maximum righting moment does not occur until 27° heeling, therefore in normal multihull conditions of use, this angle is never reached. For this reason, and thanks to the centered weight distribution, a trimaran is much more stable than a catamaran.
Why a NEEL Trimaran is FASTER at sea ?
Trimarans are significantly faster than monohulls or catamarans.
The superiority of the trimaran is obvious during upwind sailing, especially due to the rig : on a catamaran, the forestay pulls from the front beam, the mast compresses a central beam and the shrouds pull the two floats supporting the forestay and mast beam: this platform deforms in many directions. Consequently, it is then impossible to have a rigid forestay. On a trimaran, the forestay, mast, and mainsail tension are structurally bonded to one strong, longitudinal beam: the main hull. This configuration, as per a monohull, allows for a rigid forestay and good performance up-wind. Performance is also enhanced by the centered weight.
The extra speed of the trimaran is an additional safety factor.
Want to know more about Neel Trimarans ?
Please call us, and we will be happy to share our knowledge on Multihulls with you