Nordlund completes 35-meter Yachtfish motoryacht "Netto"

Nordlund is proud to annouce the completion of their latest work, the 35-meter Yachtfisher motoryacht "Netto". She is run via twin MTU 12V 2000 M93s which are expected to allow an impressive range of 3,500 nautical miles at 10-knots. Jonathan Quinn Barnett -JQB- were responsible for both the exterior and interior design of Netto.

The exterior bears an Alexseal metallic paint finish in a striking Dolphin Blue with matching blue tinted windows by Glasshape. The U.S-built yacht has Naval Architecture by Ed Monk Yacht Design. The GRP made vessel comes in at just about 115-feet long and has a 25-foot Beam at her widest point. Her maximum draft is just over 6-feet and would cause no problem in allowing Netto to get in close to shore if needed. Onboard are four cabins for approximately eight guests to sleep. There are three cabins for crew members as well. The master cabin is located on the forward main deck taking in the full view out of the sloping windows. On the lower deck there is a Double cabin as well as two twin cabins. The crew cabins are located right up to the front in the bow of Netto

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