Sun Tenareze – now Azizam – 85′ Sailing Catamaran
Sun Tenareze: 3 year circumnavigation
Sun Tenareze is not only the first catamaran built by JFA Yachts, but it is also the first project undertaken with naval architects Joubert-Nivelt. From the initial sketches, the objective was to create a yacht with fine finish and sailing performance.
The owners’ representative was deeply involved in the construction. The team wanted to have an elegant catamaran with inclined bows and a closed transom, in contrast to other catamarans of that era, where the steps were left exposed on the stern and there was no swimming platform.
The hull and superstructure are in nomex carbon, cooked at 100°. To reduce weight, and facilitate upkeep, there is no exterior teak except in the cockpit. A carbon mast and a 10.3m « Park Avenue » carbon boom; manual rollerfurling and Kevlar side stays make it a very interesting and fast sailing yacht.
Technically, Sun Tenareze is equipped with 2 x Yanmar 150 HP and can reach max speed of 11. 8 knots at 3 500 revs per minute and 9 knots at 1 800 revs per minute.
The interior is fashioned from moabi wood and the walls are panelled in white lacquer. Sun Tenareze was destined to take on a fast cruising circumnavigation. The client, an experienced sailing aficionado was fully satisfied with her, as were his sailing friends, for she was perfectly adapted to operating with reduced crew. Since her launch, Sun Tenareze has successfully completed her 3 year, round the world cruise.
|Boat name||ex Sun Tenareze, ex Rose of Jericho, Now Azizam|
|Year of delivery||2004|
|Naval architect||Joubert – Nivelt / Kubis|
|Interior designer||JFA / Kubis / Owner|
|Material||Glass epoxy Prepreg|
|Length Over All||25,75 m|
|Water Line Length||23,95 m|
|Draft||1,5 m / 4 m|
|Displacement||45 tons light|
|Owner and guest capacity||6 pers|
|Crew capacity||2 pers|
|Engine||2 x 150 Hp Yanmar|
|Genest||19 kW Kohler|
|Sails upwind||332 m2|
|Sails downwind||332 m2|