ALMET Marine took part, for the french OCEA shipyard, in the building of the Motor Yacht vessel: “L’Elisabet”.

With a length of 47 meters for a width of 8.5 meters, “L’Elisabet” was designed by the naval architects Joubert-Nivelt whereas interior decoration was entrusted to Lazzaini Pickering.

Entirely designed in aluminium with Bureau Veritas certification, ALMET Marine marked and cut with its underwater plasma cutting machine the whole set of pieces for hull and superstructure, and then delivered the kit at OCEA’s shipyard.

Developped for the deep-sea navigation, the hull has been strengthen for the crossing of iced waters. Its propulsion is assured by two C32 Acert Caterpillar engines of 1300cc, reaching a speed of 17 knots and an automony of 4500 miles. “L’Elisabet” is equiped with a 10-people crew and has 4 cabins allowing to board 10 passengers.