- Line : Ecotroll
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- Model : Ecotroll 39
- Overall length : 11.95 m
- Hull length : 11.70 m
- Waterline length : 11.01 m
- Beam width : 3.99 m
- Draft : 0.97 m
- Lightcraft displacement : 11 t
- Ballast : Twin keels
- Rudder(s) : 2
- Category : A / B / C
- Cockpit : Sheltered with wheelhouse
- Cabin(s) : 2 doubles
- Berth(s) : 6
- Head(s) : 1
- Engine(s) : 2 x Nanni diesel N4.60 SD 60ch @ 2800rpm
- Fuel tank : 2020 L
- Water tank : 430 L
- Architect(s) : Jean-pierre Brouns
60 years of experience in shipbuilding.
More than 400 boats, many of which have sailed around the world in all seas and oceans.
Resistant, comfortable, safe boats that stand the test of time.
META YACHTS presents the Ecotroll 39
The Ecotroll 39 is the most ecological offshore trawler possible! It is equipped with hybrid diesel and electric engines as well as a "kite" wing/sail allowing it to further reduce its consumption. Moreover, the Ecotroll 39 has a range of 6 hours at 5.5 knots in electric and over 2000 miles at 6 knots in diesel engine making it the smallest motor yacht to be approved in category A offshore. Its shallow draft and its Strongall hull allow the Ecotroll 39 to navigate in all the seas of the world, rivers and canals.
This trawler of a little less than 12m is composed of a large living room with a kitchen, a chart table and the wheelhouse on the main deck as well as a bathroom and two double bedrooms, one of which is the owner's bedroom on the lower deck. The Ecotroll 39 was tested by the Bonnier-Pinczon du Sel couple with their two children, then aged 3 years and 5 months. The boat can comfortably accommodate 4 people and up to 6.
The possibility of a custom design is very important to META YACHTS. None of our designs are set in stone. META YACHTS is open to suggestions and offers the possibility of custom layouts. A META boat is above all a boat that looks like you!
You can find the rest of the range on the yachts page: https://meta-yachts.com/realisations/
This boat has been tested during a scientific trip to Greenland by Vagabond skippers within the European project DAMOCLES. Nice proof of its capabilities!