Couach Hornet 1300

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Couach

2013

Hornet 1300

Franck Reynaund

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43.96 Ft 

11.8 Ft

3 Ft

11 T

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2013

MAN

2 x 800 HP R6 

  • Glass Kevlar Carbon construction
  • 52 knots max speed
  • Arneson Drive ASD 11
  • 1 Cabin (twin)
  • Range 200nm
  • Auto pilot

Location: Malaysia

Asking Price: 790,000 EURO

With an impressive maximum speed of 52 knots, mixed up with navigation stability, usually found only on boats devoted to military activities or civil protection the Couach Hornet 1300 delivers unrivalled performance and construction.

Teams from the Chantier Naval Couach shipyard and designer Franck Reynaud have transformed the French builder’s fast military boat, the Plascoa FIC (Fast Interceptor Craft), into an aggressive, high-tech pleasure boat with an attitude. The hull is made from the same composite materials (fibreglass, aramids and carbon fibre) as found on the 1300 FIC and calibrated to meet high demands in terms of light weight, performance and shock resistance requirements for intensive use 10 to 12 hours a day, 365 days a year.

In a marriage of Couach’s trademark deep-V hull, Rolla propeller system and Arneson drive shaft, the Hornet makes a unique boat with high-speed seaworthiness. Twin 800-horsepower MAN R6 diesels add the necessary muscle to break 50 knots. Aesthetically, her design team took the military concept all the way down to hull’s paint finish, which is an aggressive blue-gray camouflage motif.

Please contact Inspire Marine today for more details and an opportunity to inspect.

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Inspire Marine Co Ltd offers the details of this vessel in good faith. Inspire Marine cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information nor the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agent, or surveyor, to investigate details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels offered are subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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