Samara, a beautiful explorer style catamaran, which comes complete with its own helicopter is now for sale. Launched in 2015 by New Zealand yard Pachoud Yachts, naval architecture is by Scott Jutson with an interior by Sylvia Bolton. Powered by twin 800hp MAN R6-800 engines, Samara cruises at 12 knots, with a maximum speed of 22 knots.
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Samara is named for the winged seed of the sycamore tree and, like her namesake, latitude and altitudes were the key philosophies behind her construction. Built for owners who were looking to adventure around the world, Samara is a true explorer style yacht that perfectly blends the practical requirements for global cruising with luxurious design. An array of innovative features allows autonomous operation, allowing her owners to cruise with or without crew, making her perfect for those looking for added privacy or the satisfaction of piloting their own vessel. Her design draws on the influences of the elements through a variety of forms, colors, textures and materials.
Samara’s owners built her with the intention of living on board long term, and she was designed to suit this brief and boasts extensive storage, a good variety of living spaces, generous volumes and stable performance. Every area on board features three types of storage – displayed, visible and concealed – to maximize on board spaces. The large open plan main salon serves as the heart of the yacht and cleverly blends a design suited for entertaining with the required practicalities of living on board long term. Throughout the yacht a light, modern and bright interior only maximizes the effects of the large volumes. A striking feature in the main salon is a fireplace which, as well as being practical and filling spaces with warmth, acts as a divider between the main salon and the sunken den that is perfect for cozy movie sessions or curling up with a book.
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Mark Elliott was born in Miami, and quickly developed a passion for sailing. At 18, he delivered a 48’ Grand Banks from Miami to Alaska and subsequently earned his Captain’s license. At 24, he met Bernie Little and went on to Captain and manage the most successful fleet of charter yachts afloat for 18 years. As General Manager of Florida Yacht Basin he developed the shipyard into the largest megayacht paint and repair facility on the East Coast. Next, Mark took over the Allied Marine Shipyard, a Hatteras, Azimut and Benetti dealership with over $30 million in inventory and 110 employees. With over 20 years of running and managing yachts, Mark turned his attention to selling and marketing them with IYC. His insight, experience and advice are some of the most valuable in the industry, and part of what makes IYC an ideal yacht consultancy.