HUMMINGBIRD is a 30.4m (99.6ft) performance motor yacht of composite construction delivered in 2007 by Couach Yachts of France, to exteriors designed by the yard, minimalist interiors by Danielle Chopard and naval architecture by Exequiel Cano Lanza. Twin 2,450hp MTU diesel engines give her a top speed of 32 knots, a cruising speed of 25 knots and a maximum range of 800nm, making her ideal for island hopping in style.
She has a generously sized flybridge with a large sunpad aft, an open air dining area beneath a removable awning, icemaker and BBQ with the helm position forward. There is an additional open air dining area on the main deck aft and steps to starboard lead down to the swim platform where the tender is stowed underway. Forward on the main deck are sunpads and a Portuguese bridge for snacks and sundowners.
Large picture windows in the main saloon illuminate the light woods and cream leather L-shaped seating opposite a pop up TV behind another sofa opposite. Forward to starboard is a formal dining room with a folding tabletop to open up the space when not in use. The galley is to port and the bridge is forward.
HUMMINGBIRD sleeps up to eight guests on the lower deck, accessible via steps forward of the dining area. The full beam owner's suite is bright with two large picture windows either side, seating to port, a vanity table to starboard and a his and hers bathroom en suite. There is a second double cabin forward a twin cabin and a single cabin with an additional berth. She also accommodates four crew.
She has had only two owners from new and has been well maintained and routinely upgraded throughout her life, most recently a yard period in July 2019. Lying in the Philippines, she presents well and inspection, either virtually or in person, is highly recommended.