To this day, the smallest Timonier, the Rhea 730 is an affordable entry level model with a vintage walkaround look, very elegant and easy to maintain with good value for money for excellent equipment. This highly modular boat combines different uses, with many custom-made equipments. Besides its general stability, the possibility to leave it onto a sand bank easily and a rather low consumption of diesel at low and average speed, it features a very spacious cockpit equipped with large storage compartments, Triplex glass windows, a sliding door on the side, and of course Rhea’s painstaking care to details for the finishing touches.
«The circulation onboard is the main advantage of the Rhéa 730. Gangways are really well protected, deep and wide, which is allowing fishermans to easily walk around the wheelhouse to follow his catch.» Pêche en Mer Magazine.
7.30 m | 23 ft 95 in
3.00 m | 9 ft 84 in
0.75 m | 2 ft 46 in
205 - 230 HP
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- Hull Length: 7.30 m | 23 ft 95 in
- Beam: 3.00 m | 9 ft 84 in
- Draft: 0.75 m | 2 ft 46 in
- Weight: 2700 kg
- Fuel tank: 300 litres | 79 gal
- Construction: GRP
- Certification CE: C – 8 personnes C/10 D /12
- Architects: Joubert-Nivelt
- Designer: Bertrand Danglade
- Inboard engines: 205 – 230 Hp
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