Couach takes two orders for new Mediterranean line projects

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Julia Larikova
November 9, 2017
French shipyard has signed two contracts for 1900 and 1100 S models, being part of the newly launched Mediterranean line, which is designed and developed in-house by Clement Carbonne.

Both projects are deeply rooted in the brand’s heritage. The largest in the range, 19.55-meter 1900 model with a flybridge evokes the iconic 195 Fly yacht Guy Couach with her low and sporty profile. While further details on this intriguing boat are expected in the coming weeks, the yard has provided comprehensive information on the second model of the range, the 11.40-meter 1900, scheduled for delivery for Summer 2018.


The 1900 model boasts a distinctive French style. This sporty day boat is a fine example of technical efficiency, not least because she is coming from Couach’s naval architecture department that supplies highly seaworthy boats to the military industry. With her deep-V hull, she is designed for fast cruising in shallow waters and is propelled with powerful twin outboard engines and a fuel tank of 770 liters.

The thought-out layout features large sunbathing areas both on the bow and the stern of the boat, while the center console’s helm has a seating area shaded by hard top and additional lounging spaces forward and aft of the helm. A double cabin beneath the foredeck is connected to a day head with shower.

The Arcachon-based yard has recently delivered the 44.8-meter Fast Fly named Tosca and unveiled the 37-meter project 3707 with a flybridge.
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