Inace, the shipyard based in Fortaleza, Brazil, has released a new concept in collaboration with the Brazilian yacht designer Fernando de Almeida, the Inace FHP40. At 40 metres, the FHP40 is the longest model in Inace’s new line and is an explorer yacht designed with “go anywhere” capabilities.
The FHP40 concept has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and features an inverted stern. As well as giving the vessel sleeker lines, the resulting extended length at waterline allows for higher speeds, more fuel efficiency and added space on the lower deck.
The Inace FHP40 offers ample possibilities for accommodation on board with a main-deck master suite and five additional staterooms on the lower deck. Guests can enjoy a particularly spacious stern platform and main deck cockpit. Toys on board include a 6.2-metre tender and two jet skis.
Inace’s new explorer yacht concept could reach up to 14 knots or cruise at 12 knots with a range of 6,000 nautical miles.
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