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Camper & Nicholsons Appointed CA for Sale of Bakri Cono H70 Powercat

Bakri Cono in Thailand is building an H70 powercat that can be customised by a new owner; Camper & Nicholsons is central agent for its sale.

Apr 16, 2020 | By Yacht Style

The Bakri Cono shipyard in Thailand is building a new H70 power catamaran, a sister ship of its H65. Camper & Nicholsons has been appointed as the central agent for sale of the new model, a 21.5m luxury powercat designed for ocean crossings.

The H70 power catamaran is designed for ocean crossings

The H70 power catamaran is designed for ocean crossings

The H70 was initially designed and commissioned by an owner wanting to launch a charter fleet of three high-end power catamarans, and features elegant exterior lines and slim hulls that help cut through waves. The brief was ‘no compromise’ on guest comfort and spacious living areas both inside and out.

The large 52sqm flybridge is sheltered by a hard top, while the aft cockpit and foredeck deliver over 100sqm of outdoor space. The aft cockpit also features an 8sqm sunbed over the water that can also carry a tender underneath.

The project currently allows a new owner to configure the layout and interior design, and specify materials. A possible configuration includes two master cabins forward, one in either hull, with two double guest cabins aft, plus a crew cabin for two.

he flybridge is 52sqm; the foredeck and aft cockpit add over 100sqm of outdoor space

The flybridge is 52sqm; the foredeck and cockpit add over 100sqm of outdoor space

The yacht also offers potential for a Jacuzzi and outdoor bar, beach club, swim and diving platforms, and several locations to store water toys including a garage in the bow.

Camper & Nicholsons stated: “H70 would make an ideal yacht for family cruising or circumnavigation in safety and comfort, or she could serve as a double-season charter yacht delivering a profitable revenue.

“This turnkey project is an opportunity for a new owner to customise a luxury powercat and create the explorer they have always dreamed of, within an attractive budget.”

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