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The 26.25-meter catamaran, Long Island 86 Yacht will join JFA Yachts two Long Island 85 sailing yachts, and their Long Island 78 power motor yacht. The yacht was designed by Marc Lombard Design Group. The naval architecture is made by the JFA Yachts design department and Nicolas Purnu of the 3 Lignes office.

Long Island 86 Yacht comes with two Cummins diesel engines, but of 600 hp each reaches 15 knots and will have a range of 3 000 miles at 8 knots. Covered almost entirely by a composite deckhouse (which can be partially opened), the 46 m2 flybridge is welcoming: two side settees, a dining table for ten, a cabinet with grill and storage, and a central wheelhouse.

The Long Island 86 Yacht is built with an aluminum hull and a composite deck. She has generous dimensions and proportions that offer volume and brightness to her design. The Long Island 86 Power can be offered with a conventional or a hybrid propulsion system in order to be able to move in silent mode between two anchorages.

The Long Island 86 Power features a helm station, a sheltered bar, and a large lounge with plenty of seating options. The upper deck allows owners to create different private spaces and enjoy spectacular sea views. The roof will be fitted with solar panels to provide electricity while the yacht is at anchor and to reduce the use of the generator.

The Long Island 86 Yacht can accommodate eight guests between four cabins including an owner’s cabin. She will be able to accommodate up to four crew members.


Long Island 86 Yacht

Long Island 86 Yacht

Long Island 86 Yacht

Long Island 86 Yacht

Full Specifications

  • Overall length: 26,25 m
  • Max beam: 11,65 m
  • Draft: 1,60 m
  • Fuel: 10 000 l
  • Water: 1 600 l
  • Material: coque alu et superstructures composite
  • Light displacement: 56 t
  • Engines: 2 x Cummins 600 ch diesel
  • Max speed: 15 nds
  • Autonomie à 8 nds: 3 000 milles
  • Architecte naval: Marc Lombard Design
  • Designer extérieur: Marc Lombard Design
  • Designer intérieur: Franck Darnet Design
  • Builder: JFA Yachts (Concarneau)

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