New vessel design from Cygnus
Cygnus Workboats has designed a new multi-purpose under 10m that is ideal for potting, netting and jigging.
The Cyclone 33 is a new design in the Cygnus range and features reverse chines that ensure excellent stability and versatility. A fully fitted-out craft will be on display at ‘Fishing, Aquaculture and Seafood Expo – from Sea to Plate’ (Glasgow, Scotland, 22-24 March 2012), giving fishermen visiting the first-hand opportunity to see the benefits of this type of craft.
Neville Harrison of Cygnus says: “We believe the increased beam Cyclone 33 offers more stability than any other mono-hull in its length class.
“One of the key features is the spacious working area, which provides tremendous benefits when operating fishing gear. The design of this vessel makes it ideal for a variety of fishing methods.”
One Cyclone 33, named Halcyon, has already been sold to Richard Gray and Ian Nicolson of Shetland and there are several other orders currently under construction.
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