French catamaran specialist JFA Yachts
recently unveiled a new design for a power catamaran.
The design called for a 115-foot power catamaran that was designed by an interesting collaborator, Peugeot Design Lab
. The 35-meter catamaran
hull motoryacht is quite aggressive in its external design presentation. One of the hallmarks generally given via a catamaran design is the spaciousness provided by twin hulls. In this case, the 115-foot power CAT has a more-than-comfortable beam of 14.5-meters or around 48-feet. How many 35-meter monohull motoryachts do you know existing having a 48-foot overall beam? Not alot of information is available on this new design as yet but clearly based on the design, guests will be accommodated in cabins in the hulls while the owner will have their suite, forward on the main deck, taking advantage of the excessive beam. "This boat proposes large glass area including a sky dome on the upper deck, large glass on sides on main deck with wide glass aft. Aft deck is wide and clear and proposes an easy and safe access to sea. A wide 6.5m tender specifically developed for this project, would fit perfectly aft in a sheltered area between 2 hulls", JFA comments.