FAST AND ECONOMICAL
A motor yacht from the Northman shipyard setting a new quality in the displacement yacht segment. It was appreciated during the premiere show at the 2012 Wind and Water Fair, where it won the main prize (“Nail of the Wind and Water Fair”) in the large motor yacht category.
The yacht features a modern silhouette with a comfortable sun deck and an interestingly designed interior. All this provides the user with living comfort, which, combined with high-end equipment, ease of operation and low fuel consumption, creates an exceptional vessel.
The houseboat was produced in two basic versions:
● a walk-around (Nexus 850),
● semi-slip (Nexus 850 Vmax).
The semi-skid version was enhanced with:
● a 60 hp engine that consumes only 17l of fuel/h at a top speed of 27.9 km/h.
● a fixed 160-liter fuel tank;
● a fuel level indicator
● fixed fairing
Thanks to its low freeboard and specially designed underwater section, the Nexus 850 is an exceptionally manoeuvrable vessel, predictable during harbor maneuvers and while cruising in rough conditions.
The interior height of more than 1.9 m., a spacious mess with a large galley and a functional toilet cabin are just some of Nexus’ numerous living assets. Not without significance is also the numerous cabinets, storage compartments and lockers, thanks to which a large possibility of stowage and autonomy of navigation has been created. The yacht’s interior can be made in an open or enclosed design. The living space consists of two cabins, aft and forward with full-size double berths and an additional double in the mess.
Integral bathing platforms, a functional cockpit, enriched with the possibility of closing with drop-down seats and the option of covering with a folding bimini, as well as separate sunbathing areas in the forward part of the deck – make the Nexus 850 a comfortable yacht for both living and relaxing in nature. Wide half-decks are also an asset, making it possible to create good communication within the entire vessel.
The bathing platforms present provide additional protection for the dampened engine. By placing it in an additionally laminated recess and covering it with a soundproofing flap, it was possible to reduce the noise unavoidable on other yachts of this type.