Couach Yachts are set to launch one of the most exciting new yachts in their 2013 collection. The Couach 2600 Fly super yacht combines all of the latest design features, with speed and comfort. This beautiful yacht will feature accommodation for up to 8 guests in 4 stunning cabins, including a full beam master cabin, a VIP, a double and a twin cabin, which is perfect for family vacations. All cabins are located below deck to ensure the optimum living and entertainment spaces.
She will also feature two cabins for the crew. She combines Glass, Kevlar and Carbon, which means that the new Couach 2600 Fly yacht can be run either by twin 1,800hp MAN or by twin 1,900hp Caterpillar diesels. She is estimated to achieve a maximum speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots.
Length 26,50 m / 86,94″
Beam 6,30 m / 20,67″
Draft 1,50 m / 4,92″
Engine MAN 12V – 2 X 1800 HP
Maximum speed 32 kts
Cruising speed 22 kts
Fuel 12.000 l
Fresh water 2.000 l
One of our favorite crewed Couach motor yachts is MAYAMA, a luxurious yacht with accommodation for up to 6 guests in 3 cabins. She would be the perfect yacht for weekly charters from Cannes to Corsica with enough space to bring your closest friends and family, especially with her great cruising speed and fuel efficiency. Her large sundeck is the perfect area to enjoy a late afternoon cocktail and read a good book on your Summer 2013 yacht charter.
If you would like to receive more information with regards to booking your luxury summer 2013 charter yacht, please enquire through our website, where one of our senior brokers will be happy to help you plan the experience of a lifetime. You can also send your charter enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org where our broker in your desired region will contact you and send you some suitable proposals.
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