kermor 75, Sea Home

Aluminum Super Yacht, carbon mast, water ballast

Launch date : 1993, July


Architect : Groupe Finot

Interior design : Patrick Roseo

Builder : Chantier JFA (Concarneau) France


 

 

material AG4 (Aluminium)
overall length
22,87 m
max beam
6,19 m
draft
3 m
elliptic keel with bulb
8,2 t
displacement
31 t
water ballast
2500 l
carbon mast (Marechal) 4 barres de flèche
sail area
326 m²
main sail
136 m²
engine
yanmar 175 ch
fuel
1200 l
water
1000l
dessalinisateur
200 l/h

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best boatspeeds



Pascal Conq defines the general guidelines which led to the design of this boat :

We designed a modern hull, directly resulting from our experience of the open races and specifically adapted to cruising,

- thin fore waterlines for comfort and progress in the waves
- straight and carrying aft sections for steering stability, control and exhilaration on reaching leg
- a keel with an bulb optimized for low drag, with a low centre of gravity enabling us to decrease its weight
- twin compensated rudders in the axis of the heeled hull, behind skegs which protect and optimize the water flow
- sea water ballasts on each side which don’t interfere with the interior fittings, allowing to decrease the heel by 5° for the same performance or to carry the same sails longer with the optimum heel angle (17°) thereby increasing the speed by 10% (i.e. 1 knot upwind).


The deck

Clear deck with teak gangway
19 deck hatches and opening portholes
2 anchors lockers at the bow
3 winches at mast foot


The Cockpit

Large cockpit divided into two areas by the mainsheet rail

The sailing area with two steering wheels,
most manoeuvres are within helmsman reach :

  • all the sheets
  • all mechanics, hydraulics, bow thruster, windlass
  • all electronic data

The living area with a large folding table

The transom can be turned into a platform and lead to a teak-covered sundeck thanks to a hydraulic jack.

A compartment is provisioned to store the Boston Whaler and its engine, all diving equipment, a hot or cold shower…

See details on the model.


Inside



design patrick Roseo

Large interior volumes
Large apartment with 2 cabins, 2 bathrooms, and Sauna for the owner
Huge saloon with a navigator station, a galley with refrigerator, freezer, storage space
Aft, a crew cabin with toilet
On starboard a huge guest cabin with bathroom.

Patrick Blanc' pictures


Kermor press release

Mer et bateaux, novembre 1993, texte Bernard Deguy, photos Patrick Blanc


 

Kermor is designed for long cross sailing with reduced crew : 2 or 3 persons.
Low heeling, easy handling, well balanced, Kermor carries sails easily thanks to the ballasts.

 

2004 Kermor is an american boat, her name is "Runaway Bunny". She still seems to like to sail...

 
 

S/Y Runaway Bunny - Russel Brown

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