A charming silhouette similar to small trawlers from yesteryear, and a semi-displacement hull for smooth, fluid navigation. This “small big boat” enhances the Rhea 800‘s characteristics in an extra large version, while maintaining excellent maneuverability, even when single-handed.
The Rhea 850 conserves the brand’s traditions and style: a spacious cockpit, high-quality materials, solid precious wood, reassuring deck fittings and handholds, strength, top quality artisan work, and excellent precise finishing touches. The feeling of comfort, and well-designed cozy interiors are greatly enhanced in this model thanks to beautiful equipment designed by Oliver Flahault to go further and longer.
With its hull designed by naval architects Joubert-Nivelt, the Timonier 850 guarantees good seaworthiness, excellent passage in choppy seas, outstanding directional stability and fine handling at speeds of up to 28 knots. Even at low speeds she offers excellent maneuverability allowing single handed use. The 850 continues the Rhea brand traditions and styling — spacious cockpit, high quality materials, reassuring large deck fittings and high quality workmanship.
The aft deck makes an amazing space for socializing or fishing, the folding teak seats ensure the space is flexible for whatever you need it to be. Access from the wheelhouse is via the twin sliding doors (third one also possible).
The comfortable and cozy interior designed by Oliver Flahault enhanced the beauty of this model. The forward cabin has a V shaped berth which converts to a double for flexibility. There are various lockers, hanging space and cuddies around the cabin along with an opening porthole. The spacious head contains a toilet, sink and shower. The U shaped sofa converts to a double berth if required, for socializing the convertible height, folding table comfortably seats five. Hungry crew can be kept fueled with the twin hob & oven, fridge and sink. Various cupboards, drawers and shelves make living onboard practical.
* Length overall, often abbreviated as (LOA, o/a, o.a. or oa) is the maximum length of a vessel's hull measured parallel to the waterline.