Navetta 26 meters: Boat with Fully Customizable Layout.
COMFORT MEETS LUXURY ON BOARD N26.
2 VERSION OF THE FLY DECK AVAILABLE: OPEN AND CONVERTIBLE.
OPEN VERSION STANDARD VERSION:
Overall length: 26.00 m – 85’ 3’’
Hull length: 23.95 m – 78’ 07’’
Length at water line (fully laden): 21.80 m – 71’ 6’’
Maximum beam: 7.00 m – 22’ 9’’
Draft fully laden: 1.70 m – 5'57’’
Displacement (unladen): 85 t
Displacement (fully laden): 115 t
Fuel tanks capacity: 20,500 lt – 5,415 US gal
Water tanks capacity: 3,500 lt – 942 US gal
Generator: 2 x 33 kW
Engines: 2 x 730 mHP MAN Propulsion Shaft line
Maximum speed : 5.5 knots
Cruising speed: 13.5 knots
Range: 3,000 nm
Hull: Displacement with bulb
Stabilization system: Fins (with stabilization at rest)
Layout A: 4
Layout B: 5
Layout A: 5
Layout B: 6
Crew cabins: 2
Crew heads: 2
People on board: 12
Homologation and category: RINA CE-A
Exterior design: Filippetti Yacht
Mob: +39 348 603 4834
Filippetti Yacht Srl
Via Val Cesano, 66
61037 Mondolfo (Pu)
The Filippetti N26 has been designed in an ecological and eco-sustainable manner, complying with rigorous principles of environmental, safety and quality regulations, without ever losing sight of the tastes of the owner. To this end the N26 is certified “Green Yacht Star”. The RINA (Italian Ships Registry) reserves this prestigious accreditation only for boats that adopt specific technical solutions for the prevention of air and water pollution. These rules must be followed in the design and in the choice of systems, and will influence the future behaviour of the owner during life aboard. Some examples are: reduced emissions propulsion engines and power generators, exhausts that do not mix gases with seawater, eco-compatible anti-fouling paints and refrigerant gas, advanced treatment of the sewage and grey water, systems for the limitation of fuel spillage and differentiated waste disposal.
With 20,500 litres of fuel and 3,150 mile range, Filippetti N26 guarantees ten days of continuous navigation: long and relaxing cruises in harmony with the sea and with minimal environmental impact.