JFA Yachts in France has unveiled the Long Island 86 Power, adding to its Long Island catamaran range that also includes 85- and 78-foot power and sailing yachts.
Hulls are built of aluminum, with composite decks. The Long Island 86 Power can be ordered with conventional or hybrid propulsion that lets the vessel move between anchorages in what JFA calls “silent mode.”
Marc Lombard Design Group handled naval architecture, along with the JFA Yachts design department and Nicolas Purnu of 3 Lignes office. Darnet Design has been tapped to handle interior design.
Key features include an oversized flybridge, the option of a superstructure with an enclosed wheelhouse and a roof with solar panels to reduce the need to run the generator at anchor.
A hot tub is on the foredeck, and the aft platform can be used as a beach or a water-toy launchpad.
How many guests can the Long Island 86 Power accommodate? Eight guests in four staterooms, with quarters for as many as four crew.
Where to learn more: visit jfa-yachts.com