Among the new products presented at the latest Düsseldorf boat show appears the new Rand Breeze 20, a luxurious, comfortable, and above all very user-friendly day-boat.
The simple boat, with what you need in the right place. This is the essence of Rand’s new Breeze 20 that makes it ideal as a first boat given its ease of use and intuitiveness. The ideal type of hull for those making their debut as an owner.
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Rand Breeze 20
At 5.99 meters long and 2.1 wide at maximum beam, the Breeze is a versatile design set to maximize functionality, comfort and performance.
The deck layout is built for, practical and clean, also offers versatile spaces for every occasion. Indeed, aft we find a swim platform, double settee seating and command post.
The forward part has a real convivial area with sofas and a central table. If we lower the table, the latter area turns into a full-beam sundeck, which thus offers a dual option between convivial and lounge areas. Finally, in addition to several lockers and storage areas, there is also a refrigerator, bimini, and a full dashboard with on-board technology on board
Under the aft sundeck seat is a giant locker with space also dedicated to fenders so they are in a precise, easy-to-reach place. As an option, you can have a canopy tucked inside.
Rand Breeze 20 – Electric or endothermic
Rand by 2030 wants to produce mainly electric boats. Thus, the choice for this new model, as well as in other cases, also concerns the powertrain with a choice between an endothermic or electric motor.
In addition to the hull optimization studies, it is mainly the light weight of the hull (595 kg) that makes the Breeze ideal for both possibilities. In fact, the light construction allows for increased range and reduced consumption, regardless of which engine is chosen.
In the thermal outboard version, power comes in at 115 horsepower, which translates to 30 knots of top speed. This allows the Rand Breeze 30 to be suitable for both going swimming and water sports, for example.
In the case of electric, however, the vocation of this hull is mainly lakes, canals and city ports. No extreme speeds, but up to 20 hours of range at a cruising speed of 4 knots. At full throttle, in electric, you can touch a maximum speed of 10 knots.
What is the price of the Rand Breeze 20? It starts from a base of 34,900 € with a Mercury F30 SeaPro Outboard already included.
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