February 7, 2014

New Model: Windy 39 Camira

This is Windy's new 39 Camira hull number one leaving assembly hall in Sweden before going for her world premiere at Boot 2014 in Düsseldorf past January. As typical from Windy, Camira is an Australian aboriginal name that means Of the Wind. The name is of female gender and has been used in several contexts. Camira was one of several "wind names" but at first this model was named Grand Zonda as a project name to signal family resemblance between the 31 Zonda and the bigger sister, the new 39 Camira.  Down below the 39 Camira distinct itself in this type of boat for featuring two separate cabins, a shower head, and a small galley. That means you have no living below and no dinette below, with eating arrangements which have to be organized in the cockpit and its semi-circle style dining table. Power is twin Volvo 370 or 400hp choices with estimated top speeds of 45 knots.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 11.92 m (39.1ft)
Beam - 3.63 m
Displacement - 7 t
Fuel Capacity - 850 l
Water Capacity - 220 l
Accommodation - 4 berths
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 370hp, D6 400hp
Propulsion - Volvo dual propeller stern drives
Speed - 45 knots max, cruise 38 knots with D6 400hp
Range - 270 nautical miles at cruise
Project - Johnsen, Dubois exterior, Design Unlimited interior