Designed by the famous, award-winning naval engineers Sparkman Stephens, she is a magnificent, fast, ocean faring yacht that totally embodies the Gemini philosophy of quality, elegance and performance.
With no expense spared, she has been built for those who seek all the excitement of a high performance yacht that is easy to handle and that also offers all the comforts of a fabulous luxury cruising yacht.
The hull is powerful and sleek. The bow has no rake so that it is always dry and high above the water.
The greater length at the waterline gives maximum speed through the water and together with the shape of the stern reduces bow plunge when the sea is rough and when the yacht is surfing. Jomani is made of advanced composite materials to combine exceptional solidity with reduced displacement to enhance performance, safety and seaworthiness.
With its floor on a lower level than with a centre cockpit, it is more comfortable and convenient. Perfect for long cruises and visibility when approaching the wharf.
All instrumentation and Harken main winches are positioned near the steering wheel for easy, single handed operation.
Jomani is designed for racing as well as very comfortable cruising and has a fully battened mainsail by North and a complete selection of foresails to take advantage of the slightest breeze and the liveliest of days including a gennaker and spinnaker. Properly kitted out for racing/seagoing, all berths are fitted with lee clothes.
The spacious, uncluttered deck is completely free of rigging and boasts a magnificent sundeck deck on the coach roof.
Aft is another spacious sundeck above an opening transom bathing platform for easy access to the sea or to the dock. All gangways, seats and cockpit are covered with teak.
Under the aft deck, a drained compartment houses the dinghy, the outboard engine And also an electric inflater/deflater
The minimum height difference between internal and external floors gives both easy access and an amazing 270-degree panoramic view from inside the full height saloon.
The insulated tempered shatterproof and heatproof UV-reflecting glass gives a perfect view of the outside world and allows the yacht to be sailed from the chart table in bad weather.
All interior finishes, bulkheads and furniture are superbly finished in teak veneer with bathroom and galley tops 'in Corian Natural leather sofas, tempered glass and highly polished steel fittings fully complement the luxury of the yacht.
The galley sits at centre of the yacht 'in the most stable area. As fully equipped as any kitchen at home, it also has a microwave oven, refrigerator and front-opening freezer with an impressive 400 litres capacity.
The chart table area houses the electric panels and the electronics that include laptop computer with Ray-tech software - full C-map cartology onto 14" Hewlett Packard computer with Raymarine chartplotter (10" repeater at helm) with vector charts for overlaying weather, tides, swells, currents, pressure and radar. Ultimate communication links via a cellphone aerial to the masthead and a Motorola satellite phone linked to the computer.
The two further guest cabins, aft of the salon, also have double berths with private ensuite facilities. Complete with wardrobes, lockers, drawers and, like the master stateroom, a huge space beneath the mattresses for storage.
You will also find a TV system with liquid crystal display, DVD player and Clarion CD stacker, with saloon and deck speakers, available for your total enjoyment.
Located forward of the saloon, front centre of the yacht, is the master stateroom, with a 1.72 x 2.0 in double bed and a huge wardrobe as well as numerous lockers, drawers and full ensuite bathroom including electrically operated toilet and shower.
Optimal equipment layout for balance and comfort. Beneath the salon floor, in the centre of the yacht for optimal weight distribution, are the fresh water maker, gel batteries, diesel tank, fresh wafer tanks and the pumps, which helps to dramatically reduce noise to the cabins.
The VW marine turbo diesel 120 HP engine provides peak power at lower revolutions to further reduce noise and is situated, with the generator, in a very well insulated and externally ventilated space under the companionway. The unique chain drive to the propeller further reduces vibration and noise. Additional crews' quarters are found in a spacious, ventilated bow cabin with its own wash basin and toilet.