JFA Yachts, a French yard based in South Brittany on the Atlantic Coast, and the naval architecture office Dixon Yacht Design design Adventure 68 – a new kind of blue water sailing boat. The yacht is designed to explore both norther latitudes cruising and tropical environments.
Inspired by the modern shorthanded racing yachts, the high-volume hull of the Adventure 68 features a long waterline. Besides offering outstanding performance, the boat’s layout makes sailing safe and secure. The integrated solid bimini serves as a perfect space for multiple solar panels. Based on the owner’s preference, the tender could sit transversally in a garage, lifting out through a large deck hatch. Or it can be positioned athwartships securely on the aft deck, lifting into the water with a carbon fibre davit. The rig configuration offers the flexibility of twin headsail that can be used together or separately depending on the point of sail and conditions.
The 68-footer features four sleeping cabins, with three providing great seagoing cabins depending on the conditions additionally to the spacious owners’ forwards. The aft triple cabin can be set up for crew and has its own en-suite and dedicated washer/dryer space. The mid-level galley leads to a dedicated storage area/workshop. The saloon offers a very safe and comfortable environment. The excellent indoor visibility makes watchkeeping inside practical.
JFA Yachts’ highly skilled teams work to build “in-house” exceptional yachts, combining technical efficiency and comfort on board.