Pacific Harmony is an appropriate name, due to balance of luxury, performance, style, ergonomics and hydrodynamics. Another combinination between designer Malcolm Tennant and Pachoud Yachts, Pacific Harmony represents another milestone from their combined years in catamaran building and design.
The sportboat helm offers full walk-around access, including the deck below. Typical of Pachouds work the quality of woodwork throughout is of the highest class.
It is rare to combine separate design technologies into one effective platform. In this case, they have merged a catamaran, wavepiercer and displacement hull, which has resulted in unprecedented performance, stability, efficiency and ride comfort. It’s no surprise that many of the world’s passenger ferries utilize a similar configuration.
Catermarans have dominated powerboat racing. They are faster, more stable and more efficient. Tunnel boats dominate just about every form of racing, whether it be F-1, Drag or Offshore. This performance is no exception with Pacific Harmony.
Powered by a pair of 800hp Cat's, this 86' yacht achieves 26 knots, and a sustained speed of 20 knots with a range of 1300 miles. At 10 knots, she can cover better than 3000 miles, making her a Geniune explorer.
This performance is achieved by efficient hull design and lightweight construction techniques. At 55 tons, this is a VERY light ship. This was accomplished by using materials usually found in highperformance boats, such as vacuum-bagged, epoxy foam laminates with Kevlar reinforcement.
Generators: 2x 25 kva Northern Lights, 110v.
Air conditioning: Cruise Air.
Water: 790 US gallons cold, 80 gallons hot in two stainless cylinders.
Watermaker: HEM 800 gallon/day.
Fuel: In tanks: 3450 US gallons.
Waste capacity: 607 US gallons.