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Neel 65

Neel Trimarans has launched a 65 foot flagship, the first and largest of the type.

July 22, 2015
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The NEEL trimarans workshop has presented its first NEEL 65, the flagship of its range. The first unit of the series was launched on May 28 in La Rochelle.

The NEEL 65 has inherited all the qualities of its predecessors in terms of comfort, excellent sailing characteristics, the finesse of its steering and its high performance. This new model has six double cabins aboard, with six bathrooms.

The unique design places two cabins on a single level, shared with the living room and a large central open kitchen. There are two cabins in the central hull and a cabin in each float. Separated areas are built-in for the comfort of guests and crew. 110 square metres (1200 sq ft) surface area in total.

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The layout is highly practical, with reserved living areas, along with a generous carrying capacity, and a unique design that meets all the requirements of charter operation with a full crew.

On the deck the wide cockpit (25 m2) with its outdoor kitchen, exclusive to the NEEL 65, are found alongside the spacious storage bins for leisure equipment (canoeing, windsurfing, paddleboards) in the skirts of the floats for quick and direct access to the sea.

The Flybridge is a convivial space of 21 m2 with a double helm and a table for eight, with seating convertible into sun loungers.

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The NEEL 65 will have its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival from 8 to 13 September 2015.

For more information, visit the Neel Trimarans website.

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