Two new models from the new Mediterranean line
French yard Couach has announced the signing of contracts for two new motoryachts.
The two new confirmed yacht sales are for the 1100 S and 1900 models from the new Mediterranean line, which has been completely designed and developed in-house by Clement Carbonne.
Based on many elements that represent a return to the company’s original inspiration and motivation from founder Guy Couach, the models in the Mediterranean range are comfortable and refined, yet conceal a surprising degree of performance for their size. Further details of the range will be released in the coming weeks.
The 1100 S has a deep-V hull and Couach outboard style. The 11.4m vessel is a sporty yacht designed ith pleasurable and fast cruising in mind, particularly in shallow waters, such as those found surrounding the small islands of Arcachon Bay, on the Couach shipyard’s doorstep. Conceived as a comfortable day boat, the 1100 S has every possible feature an owner could need for a fun day out on the water with friends and family.
The 1100 S is propelled by powerful twin outboard engines and a fuel tank of 770 litres. Delivery is planned for summer 2018.
Couach 1900 is the first model in the Mediterranean range with a flybridge. The 19.55m yacht was created with a low, tapered profile. The design is inspired by Guy Couach's iconic 195 Fly yacht.
On the main deck, vast windows ensure that the open layout of the interior feels spacious and light, enhanced by the cut-outs of the adjacent exterior bulwarks of the hull. On the lower deck, three cabins offer accommodation for up to six guests.
Powered by twin Volvo 900hp engines, the Couach Mediterranean 1900 has a 4,000-litre fuel tank.