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MJ Section C June 2009.

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Ship & Boat Building

attention to detail and safety.

Seawork regulars ‘Ocean Potion’ delivers exceptional versatility for
both commercial applications or leisure use. When we wanted a larger boat
for longer journeys in bigger seas
build biggest to even more remote locations
Cheetah with more people on board, the
development of the 11.2m caught
Last month saw Seawork our eye.
exhibitors Cheetah Marine ‘Along with massive power the
launch the largest boat they two 350hp engines give it, we’ve
have built to date. The 11.2m got a hull which simply eats up
long, 3.7m beam Ocean Potion the harsh and choppy waters of the
arrived complete with Atlantic on the west coast of
flybridge and achieved the Ireland, giving us great comfort
builders’ aim to design a and reassurance. With a flybridge,
large catamaran which would seats provide excellent forward stunning performance. Twin huge cabin and protected aft deck,
deliver both refinement and visibility from the main cabin controls can be operated from both we’ve got just the boat to let us
functionality. helm position while the flybridge the wheelhouse and the flybridge. take advantage of the amazing
Deep high volume semi- control position offers panoramic Hydrive full hydraulic steering opportunities of the settings of
symmetrical planing hulls create 360˚ viewing. The main cabin is supplied by Southern Cross. our island, Inishturkbeg, where
the foundation for a high capacity houses a double berth forward, A very extensive electronics life is vividly lived. Ocean Potion
and versatile craft. Cheetah’s new toilet, shower, dinette, double hob package includes a Raymarine helps it sparkle all the more.’
11.2m Flybridge series proves that and microwave, with starboard E 120 in the main cabin and an The next 11.2m on the Cheetah
gaining space no longer means side seating and a table. An E 80 on the flybridge. Marine production schedule is
losing style. The open plan Eberspacher heater provides heat The boat’s happy owner designed as a commercial survey
wheelhouse creates a suitable in the cabin, windscreen demist Nadim Sadek said, ‘Ocean vessel. Other newbuilds underway
environment for a range of and hot water for the shower. Potion is our second vessel from include a new model 7.2m for
applications, from commercial On the outer deck, comfortable Cheetah Marine. We’ve used the UK Environment Agency,
workboat to private leisure seating for six incorporates space the classic 6.9m for three years a 7.9m survey vessel for the
use. Ocean Potion was built to beneath for an inflatable dingy. as a daily commuter from the British Geological Survey, two
comply with both EC and Two Yamaha 350hp V8 mainland to our island and have commercial fishing boats of
MCA regulations outboard engines develop plenty been continually impressed 8.5m, and a 7.9m equipped
Onboard, three suspension of power to give the catamaran by her brilliant build quality, throughout for disabled use.


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