Regatta Yachts Seeking Semi-Commercial Yacht Builders

Thursday, July 29, 1999
Regatta Yachts is offering to any shipyard experiencing a downturn in orderbook activity, the opportunity to view plans for the company's new hospitality vessels. The first (RY 25/82) is an 82-ft. round bilge steel hull with aluminum coach house, to be built to ABS and USCG certification. The second (RY 24/80) is an 80-ft. power-assisted sailing catamaran with round bilge steel hull, and full width deck-level aluminum coach house. By holding the interior fit-out contracts apart from the main build, opportunities exist for yards with great metal forming and welding skills, who do not wish to venture into the specialized field of interior joinery and systems.
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