Kukai is one of the smallest powerboats in the world to be built with its own helipad and to our knowledge the smallest that can carry a helicopter while underway.
To achieve such a large landing pad, Kukai takes a more commercial workboat look with a forward raked windscreen and the flybridge helm station places well forward.
Kukai has an open plan forward saloon, including settees and a raised helm station. A large galley and aft saloon open out through double opening doors to the cockpit which flows directly out to the swim board.
Kukai can easily sleep ten people, as there are four double cabins including the owners cabin forward on the port side with a large double and single, and another guest double cabin aft. The Starboard is laid out with a crew cabin aft and washer and dryer under the berths in the forward cabin.
Powered by twin 500HP Yanmar engines through shafts to v-drives achieving a top speed of 27 knots and cruising at 20 knots.