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L.O.A* : 9.75 m
Length of hull : 8.50 m
Width of hull : 3.30 m
Weight : 4 500 kg
Draft : 0.85 m
Minimum air draught on sea : 3.10 m
No. Cabins: 1
No. Berths: 4
No. Bathrooms/Heads: 1
Engine : single or twin-engined single
Maximum engine power single engine : 440 HP
Maximum engine power twin-engined : 2 x 225 HP
Transmission : propeller shaft
Fuel tank capacity : 550 l
Water tank capacity : 200 l
EC certification : B8 / C10
SAIL IN A RHEA 850 Open Wheelhouse
A traditional excursion and cruising craft in exceptional comfort and safety. The deep cockpit, a fine choice of materials and manufacturing quality, excellent passage through choppy waters, high stability, all contribute to navigation in complete safety on the RHEA 850 Open.
Quality & Safety
The craft's deep cockpit, the handrails around the wheelhouse, the choice of materials used for the generously-proportioned components, and the sturdy, meticulously-finished, high-quality, construction ail combine to make for exceptional safe sailing.
Comfort & safety
The hull, designed by marine architects Joubert-Nivelt, guarantees good seaworthiness, excellent handling in choppy seas, perfect helm, terrific stability, and very good handling at speeds of up to 30 knots. Comfort and safety are also provided by the protected rudder and propeller, easy beaching for the twin-engined version, the hydraulic helm, a 550-liter fuel tank, and the optional propeller access well which makes it possible to clear a rope or net in complete safety.
Designer Olivier Flahaut has provided a spacious area that sleeps 4. A ceiling height of 1.9 meters makes moving about easy. The large galley has a 2-burner stove, a microwave oven and an 85-liter refrigerator. The table in the saloon can accommodate 6 to 8 people, the bench slides to change the saloon into another double berth. The head includes a shower, a wash basin, and a marine toilet.
Excursions and cruising
Everything has been designed for your pleasure: The forward deck is ideal for sunbathing. The forward bench seat seats 4. The helm position has front and rear benches.