Marc Lombard designed her with a panoramic view saloon and elegant and sporty exterior lines which are inspired by the Open 60 racing yachts.
As with the other yachts of the Futuna line, the Futuna 70 has fine entry lines, maximum dynamic waterline length and reduced waterline beam when heeled. The wide stern sections associated with the twin-rudder configuration lends fine helm control for high pleasure sailing as well as great directional stability downwind and very high average speeds on all points of sailing. The modern 9/10 fractional rig can be fitted with a carbon-fiber mast and boom.
Generous and safe cockpit both at sea and at anchor, ample storage space, aluminum hull for security, all this makes this cruiser ideal for extended voyages with speed and comfort.
The composite sandwich deck, in addition to keeping the boat as light as possible, provides more thermal and phonic insulation that would an all-aluminum structure.
The interior design of the Futuna 70 is entirely customizable with the help of our design office, or with an interior designer of
choice of the owner.
The joinery work is crafted with wood sandwich panels made of solid timber and marine grade closed cell polymer foam core which brings exceptional durability and rigidity while offering significant savings in weight. Panels are framed with solid timber to receive marine quality hinges and fixtures. The result is an interior woodwork that will not deform in time thus preserving your investment.
|Length over all:||25.91 m|
|Sail Area:||125 m² (Main Sail), 126 m² (Genoa), 65 m² (Stay Sail), 225 m² (Gennaker), 325 m² (Spi)|
|Exterior Design:||Marc Lombard|
|Interior Design:||Wetzels Brown Partners|
|Material:||Aluminum / Composite Sandwich|