31/10/2007


H2X - H2X sign an order for the construction of the Nahema 120

H2X Yachts & Ships have announced the signing of a new contract with the company NAHEMA to construct a luxury 35m catamaran.

Combining design, controlled power and more than three times the deck and interior space than a single-hull of the same size, this latest construction will take place using infusion techniques on the H2X premises in La Ciotat.
 

The man behind the innovative conception of the NAHEMA 120 is Gilles Vaton; the resulting design has a modern elegance characterized by graceful fine lines. 

Franck Darnet, the interior designer whose philosophy is "Luxury means space", has conceived the boat´s interior down to the tiniest detail. 

Built using composite material, this luxury catamaran will have a bright, solid, rectangular deck. No space is lost as the entire surface area will be at the guests´ disposal. The NAHEMA 120 will be able to reach surprising speeds with exceptional stability. 

Having already built two motorized 26m and 30m catamarans, H2X is now able to consolidate its position as market leader in the rapidly developing catamaran market. The key to this is a research department equipped with the best software packages in CAO (CATIA V5) and in CFAO (plasma cutting and 4- and 5-axe digital machining), together with specialist teams qualified in all the key shipbuilding construction and repair disciplines. 

The NAHEMA 120 launch will take place in the first half of 2008. 

H2X Yachts & Ships: 

H2X Yachts & Ships is a shipbuilding company that specializes in custom-built construction (up to 50m) and refit of luxury sailing yachts and motorized pleasure yachts, together with professional boats. 

H2X exhibited its latest construction, the motorized 26m-luxury catamaran MCat 88 Bradley, at Cannes and Monaco. At Cannes, Bradley was the biggest catamaran exhibited and the only one present at Monaco. 

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