|Length Overall:||13.95 m / 45.76 ft|
|Beam:||6.55 m / 21.48 ft|
|Draft:||1.10m / 3.60 ft|
|Engines:||2 x 225 hp (larger optional) Range 1600 nm @ 8 knots|
|Fuel/Diesel:||2 x 1200 litres|
|Freshwater:||2 x 350 litres|
Fountaine Pajot officially launched the remarkable new Cumberland 47 Long Range (LR) power catamaran in France in March 2013.
Incorporating a range of design innovations, the Cumberland 47 Long Range replaces the successful Cumberland 44 and joins the company’s Flagship range of luxury catamarans.
Its elongated, streamlined hull and larger tanks afford outstanding offshore performance and very low fuel consumption. Fountaine Pajot has further improved insulation with the Cumberland 47 Long Range to provide a quieter cruising experience.
A revolutionised design enhances comfort and ergonomics with new features including a dual helm seat and adjacent guest seating, a spacious lounge, and a state-of-the-art galley. The generous cabins have larger windows that provide expansive views and natural light.
The brand new Cumberland 47 – Long Cruise will include a host of additional features and upgrades from the previous Cumberland 46 model:
- New Hull design with bigger windows giving the boat more dynamic lines
- Longer waterline length
- Larger fuel capacity
- New modern interior design – similar style to the new Sanya 57
- Upgraded exterior layout
- Electro hydraulic steering (standard)
- Multiplexing distribution system (standard)
- New saloon design with an L-shape sofa and coffee table (with option of coffee table table that converts to a dining table)
- The new galley layout is more functional with better appliances including a 190 litre fridge with drawers
- Improved helmstations
- The owner’s cabin has a new layout with more space and bigger windows, enhancing interior natural light (the aft starboard cabin also has larger windows.
Waterline Length Increase:
This extension of the length on waterline (+ 0,60m), means more buoyancy and therefore more load capacity. It will also deliver:
- better hydrodynamic performances
- higher top speed
- reduced fuel consumption
- less pitching
The fuel tanks are integrated into the hull structure (as with the Queensland 55). The capacity of each tank is increased by 50 percent from 800 litres to 1200 litres..
Electro Hydraulic Steering (standard):
The fully electro-hydraulic steering affords two significant advantages:
- there is no hydraulic piping circulation inside the boat, eliminating the risk of leaking oil
- remarkable precision and smoothness of steering
Multiplexing Distribution System (standard):
Another system first developed on the Queensland 55 is the multiplexing distribution system NAVILEC. This allows you to control the 24 volt functions of the boat directly from a touch screen (lights, pumps, electronics). The design of the instrument board is very user friendly and simple to use.
LED Lighting (standard):
Across the entire Flagship range, all the lights on board each model are now LED.
Service Batteries 24 Volts (standard):
The service battery pack is upgraded from 12 volts to 24 volts and is now totally independent from the engine batteries which reduces any risk of discharging the engine batteries when using your electrics.
The Cumberland 47 Long Range is due to be launched early 2013. We will post media reviews as soon as they become available.
Cumberland 47 LR Fuel Range Chart:
|Engines – VOLVO D4-225 CV||Speed||Consumption||Fuel Range|
|1600 RPM||8.0 KT||12 litres / hr||1600 miles|
|2800 RPM||15 KT||45 litres / hr||800 miles|
|3500 RPM||20.5 KT||92 litres / hr||535 miles|
|Engines – VOLVO D4-300 CV||Speed||Consumption||Fuel Range|
|1500 RPM||8.5 KT||11.4 litres / hr||1790 miles|
|2600 RPM||15.2 KT||48.3 litres / hr||755 miles|
|3000 RPM||18.8 KT||71.2 litres / hr||640 miles|
|3630 RPM||23.5 KT||115 litres / hr||490 miles|
To see the fuel range on the other Trawler models, please use the links below: