JFA Yachts in France has launched the first Long Island 78′ Power, an aluminum yacht with a composite superstructure and wheelhouse.
The interior allows for 360-degree views of the great outdoors. The galley and salon are to port on the main deck, with direct access to the foredeck. The dining area and navigation station are to starboard. Forward on the main deck are a lounge and seawater pool.
Accommodations include five staterooms for the owners and guests, all located in the catamaran’s hulls.
Up on deck, the flybridge navigation area is enclosed with seating and a desk. Abaft that space is a sky lounge with a dining area and small cooking space.
According to JFA, the Long Island 78′ Power has a cruising speed of 12 knots and a top speed of 15 knots, powered with twin 500-horsepower Cummins engines.
Who designed the Long Island 78′ Power? Marc Lombard Yacht Design Group handled naval architecture, while Darnet Design did the interiors.
For more information, visit: jfa-yachts.com