JFA Yachts in France has unveiled a new design: the JFA Adventure 68, created in collaboration with Britain’s Dixon Yacht Design.
The JFA Adventure 68 is intended for long-distance cruising. It’s a monohull that would be built in aluminum with a centerboard and with features that allow for short-handed cruising.
“The high-volume hull, with its long waterline, takes design cues from the modern short-handed racing yachts to give the owner outstanding performance combined with a layout that makes sailing the yacht short-handed safe and secure,” Bill Dixon stated in a press release.
He added: “The single living space encompassing the cockpit and the saloon gives amazing protection both inside and out, with the ability to watch keep in a secure environment. The integrated solid Bimini makes a perfect space for multiple solar panels, giving a real boost to onboard energy.”
Would the JFA Adventure 68 carry a tender? Yes. It could be located in a garage or on the aft deck.
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