Trimaran NEEL 45 Evolution

The NEEL 45 Evolution trimaran offers two luxury versions NEEL 45 Loft and NEEL 45 Cruise. The NEEL 45 Loft provides 4 to 8 berths, while the NEEL 45 Cruise version can accommodate 6 to 10 people freely.

NEEL 45 Evolution trimaran layout plan:
Maestro NEEL 45 version
3 double cabins
2 bathrooms

Charter version NEEL 45

3 double cabins
2 double cabins with separate berths
The sofa in the saloon converts into a double bed

Expanded hardware catalog, offering innovative alternatives for solar and navigation electronics installations.
Improved access to water from the transom, thanks to additional steps.

The bimini above the cockpit converts into a polyester hardtop providing better boom access as well as more effective cockpit protection.

Luxurious interiors and finishes are identical to the materials successfully presented on the new NEEL 51: Alpi for finishes, Sunbrella for outdoor upholstery, Silvertex for upholstery, Bolon for flooring and synthetic teak for deck finishes

The optional centerboard, combined with the additional performance armament, qualifies the NEEL 45 Evolution trimaran as one of the fastest multihulls.

Sailing life

Length, m13.40
Width, m8.50
Draft, m1.2
Displacement, t8.5
Sail area, m2116
Fresh water, l600
Fuel, l300
ArchitectJoubert / Nivelt / Mercier

* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog


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