Simeron



  • 46
  • 2004
  • Tony Castro
  • Couëdel / Hugon Design
  • Composite carbone balsa / vinylester
  • 25 m / 82'
  • 5.51 m / 18'10''
  • 2.93/4.15 m - 9'6''/13'5''
  • 45 t / 99,225 lbs
  • 11,4 t / 25,137 lbs
  • Cutter
  • 330 m2 / 3,550 sq.ft
  • Cummins 180 cv

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Simeron is a high-performance cruising yacht with a lifting keel, built entirely of vacuum-infused carbon/balsa sandwich.
The deck plan incorporates twin helming stations and large instrument screens for improved visibility.This layout provides a clear route from midships to the aft deck.
The handling cockpit is located forward of the helming stations and aft of the midships cockpit seats, and also makes a very sociable sundeck.The tender is stowed beneath a very large deck hatch aft of the helming stations and the transom door opens onto a spacious lazarette.
The philosophy behind the accommodation layout focuses on ocean cruising while retaining the performance enabled by modern technology.Simeron is a yacht designed and built to cross oceans swiftly.
The interior layout, executed with the greatest care, was designed to satisfy the requirements of cruising and of life aboard, with four comfortable double cabins, each with en-suite bathroom.The midships saloon provides an unobstructed panoramic view.

Awards
2005 International Superyacht Design Award Finalist Best Sail 23m to 36m.

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