Euphorie 5 Power Cat Will Grace At Cannes Yachting Festival
The Euphorie 5 Power Cat is all about aesthetics, comfort, and security
Architect of the Euphorie 5 Power Cat, Marc Lombard, will be proudly showcasing it in Cannes, and he says that this vessel “is dedicated to long distance cruises where comfort and range are the priority”.
“The boat has optimised hull shapes allowing a cruising speed between 12 and 15 knots. Its immersed shape calculated under Computational Fluid Dynamics or CFD, has been designed for a limited pitch angle, and minimum drag”. “Deck and interior offer a well-balanced ergonomic space. Flying bridge, cockpit and outstanding master cabin offer the best of life aboard”.
Euphorie 5 has a 15m or 50 feet hull length and 8m or 26 feet beam. Fuel capacity is 1,200 litres or 320 gallons of diesel for her 2 x 180 HP inboards.
“Inspired by the Privilege Serie 5, the Euphorie 5 combines all the aesthetics, comfort and security so famous at Privilege”, says a spokesman. “She is very comfortable at 12 knots, and has attractive fuel consumption”. “The cockpit is well-protected with a large rigid hardtop. From there is access to the flybridge, with its small kitchenette, eight-person dining area and steering station bench for three,” adds the spokesman.
In the 90s, this shipyard, now based at Les Sables D’OIonne, was the very first builder to market and sell an amazing range of power catamarans, including the Euphorie 40 and Euphorie 44. More than 50 vessels have been sold in the series. Four cabins are provided with private heads and separate showers, and interiors are described as elegant and neat.
“Your hands will skim prime materials like leather, laquered wood and Alcantara. Great noses will appreciate the finest essences in wood used for storage and furniture. The harmony of colours and materials, as per your wishes, is sublinated by the light, thanks to large windows, and will seduce the eyes, The impressive sound-proofing will provide true serenity. And the galley in the salon delight all gourmets”.
Quite so. The vessel on display in Cannes is believed to be Sirenite, a three-cabin version of the Privilege 5 Series. In this layout the owner’s suite spans both hulls and is a true retreat. Maple wood lines the interior with a satin finish. Privilege is now part of Hanse Yachts Group.
For more information: www.yachts.group/gb/privilege