This is the second time on the Market for this Pachoud 86 Power Cat, Azure II is a tough fuel efficient globe-circling glamor!
From the Glossy American Cherry Timber finish to the inlaid Blue Paua shell of New Zealand, Azure II is a true is balance of luxury, performance, style, ergonomics and hydrodynamics. Another combinination between designer Malcolm Tennant and Pachoud Yachts, Azure II represents another milestone from their combined years in catamaran building and design.
The sportboat helm offers full walk-around access, including the deck below. Typical of Pachouds work the quality of woodwork throughout is of the highest class.
It is rare to combine separate design technologies into one effective platform. In this case, they have merged a catamaran, wavepiercer and displacement hull, which has resulted in unprecedented performance, stability, efficiency and ride comfort. It’s no surprise that many of the world’s passenger ferries utilize a similar configuration.
Hull designed by Malcolm Tenant Naval Architecture built to SP Gurit/ Hi Modulas Structural Design and Germanische Lloyds Construction, Azure II has Proven her capabilities with her maiden voyage from New Zealand to Florida and recent voyage starting in 2014 from Florida to Bahamahs, Carribean Islands, Panama Canal and back to New Zealand visiting all usual the hot spots.
>Solid core hulls with 5 watertight bilge compartments per hull
>Sacrificial bulbous bows and keel
>Twin 800hp Caterpillars
>Remote engine control so vessel can be handled by two crew
>December 2018 anti foul and prop speed
>10 knot standard cruise, 18 knot fast cruise, 25 knot max speed
>Maximum range of 3,200 nm @ 8 knots @ 30 litres/hour
>4 deck split-level design with 2 meter headroom throughout
>4 Guest Cabins sleeping 8
>2 Crew cabins with bunks sleeping 8 max
>American Cherry interior throughout with high gloss satin finish
>2 Bow anchors each with 300 feet of 13mm galvanized chain
>Enclosed tender garage
>New teak decks laid 2013 and new carpets throughout in 2014
>Full Garmin Electronics new 2014
>Full overhaul of both engines 2015
>Full repaint and refit 2017