NB&G 2015: NEEL Trimarans

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NEEL TRIMARANS

NEEL Trimarans is designing and building cruising Trimarans. We offer a new and unique concept in cruising: All the sensations of a monohull with the comfort of a multihull (fine helming, exhilarating performance and generous interior volume on single deck layout). NEEL Trimarans team has more than 30 years of experience in the design and construction of multihulls and is surrounded by the best equipment and service suppliers, ensuring quality of construction and durability.

NEEL Trimarans is already distributed in 11 countries including USA (East and West coast).

NEEL 45

The NEEL 45 offers a unique single-deck layout between the cabins and the saloon. Sporting sleek-looking inverted bow stems, the NEEL 45 places the accent on design, both interior and exterior. Ideal for couple sailing!

LOA: 44ft • Beam: 28ft • Draft: 4ft • Displacement: 6,5 T • Sail Area: 1,100 ft² • Fuel/Water: 80/140 gal • Architects: Joubert-Nivelt

NEEL 65

The latest arrival to the NEEL Trimarans family is a statement of intent with its “Sport Chic” navigation style. The layout it highly functional with generous, conserved living spaces, and flexible from 3 to 8 cabins....

LOA: 65ft • Beam: 39ft 5in • Draft: 5ft 9in • Displacement: 49,600 lbs • Sail Area: 2,227 ft² • Fuel/Water: 263/263 gal • Architects: Joubert-Nivelt

neel-trimarans.com ��� +33 546 290 871

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