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Why these extreme multihull concepts could be the future of catamaran design

Yachting World

  • October 13, 2020

Holiday homes, restaurants, even cities may soon be coming to a quiet beach or harbour near you, reports Sam Fortescue

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The €500m beiderbeck-designed Galileo2 concept catamaran takes multihulls to another level and is capable of berthing yachts up to 80m

As boats become ever more like homes on water, something else is changing: designers and builders have been turning their attention to the market for floating buildings. New concepts to emerge range from a thatched beach cottage atop a catamaran hull to an entire floating city, generating its own food and power. The one thing they have in common is they’re movable structures that can be parked wherever they can drop the hook. And soon they could be coming to a peaceful estuary near you.

There is an opportunity here, of course, to create additional living and leisure space in areas where the land is already choked with people. Imagine being able to moor a temporary holiday village off Bournemouth Beach, for example, or create a restaurant off Dartmouth without affecting the townscape.

But the flip side of the coin is that someone could park a large floating structure right in front of your sea view, or occupy a quiet, sensitive environment. Imagine, as sailors, falling asleep in a deserted anchorage and waking up with a throbbing beach bar right next to us!

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Floating homes and docks are being designed to use Seafloatech’s eco-friendly anchoring system

“If a craft is movable and can drop an anchor, it would be classed as ‘any other vessel’ and would not need consent,” confirms Martin Willis, executive officer of the UK Harbour Masters’ Association. “But if it’s a commercial business, it’d be subject to the relevant regulation – there are no rights to come in and open a business in a harbour without the Harbour Master’s consent.” Alternatively, it may fall under MCA coding as a passenger craft.

In some parts of the world, floating structures are already quite common. Upscale luxury holiday resorts in Thailand or the Maldives, for example, offer floating villas. And soon you might expect to see whole floating marinas if you find yourself close to St Tropez. France’s recent move to protect crucial Neptune grass meadows in the Mediterranean means that anchoring off the town is severely limited for yachts over 24m.

To get round the problem, a company called Seafloattech has developed a system of screwing steel frames to the seabed to moor big structures on giant hydraulic shock absorbers. “We had a prototype size in place for six months in the Bay of St Tropez,” says managing director Lionel Péan, the French ocean racing star and past winner of the Whitbread Round the World Race . “It could accommodate up to 70 boats in a maximum wind of 42 knots, with up to 2.4m wave heights with no structural problems or injuries.”

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Offshore developments

The hydraulics keep the marina on station despite the tide and help to counteract wave action. It is even possible to use the system to tether a boat or a home through storm-force conditions, insists Pean. “If you want to build something to resist a typhoon, for instance, you have to make special arrangements with the customer. It can be done, but it costs a lot. In the Med, you don’t need 5-6m waves resistance.”

Seafloattech itself will ultimately just licence the tethering system, but it is working with partners who envisage all manner of structures atop their platforms. There are swimming pools, beach clubs, superyacht berths, hotels and villas.

“We believe that the demographic surge will force the coastal states to really focus on offshore coastline development,” adds Pean. “I am for a two-fold operation including sanctuary areas and social offshore development zones. We think that Northern Europe will take some more time but as soon as we have some units up and running, it will happen quickly.”

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Seafloattech has developed a steel tethering structure that is screwed to the seabed with hydraulic shock absorbers that can secure any number of floating homes. Standard versions can cope easily with Mediterranean weather conditions

Another French concern, Faréa, has taken a markedly different approach, developing a home that sits on two deep metal floats that also contain cabins. It is a simple catamaran, propelled by an outboard at the ‘stern’ and anchored with normal ground tackle at the ‘bow’. Navigation is slow and only for fine weather, but retractable centreboards mean it can be beached.

“They amount to 86m2 of space, with seven double cabins separate heads and bathroom and three terraces,” explains founder Christophe Roi. “They are self-sufficient in water and electricity, thanks to the oversized photovoltaic panels and fuel cells.”

A thatched roof multihull?

The original plan was for something more like a floating house, but feedback from insurers pushed Faréa towards a craft that meets category C of the Recreational Craft Directive. “It means they can stand up to Force 6 and 2m waves,” explains Roi. “What with rental prices so terribly high in England, I am certain that living on water should be a possibility.”

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Original Faréa concept was for an economical floating home with a thatched roof, but later versions can meet RCD Cat C

A fully equipped F2C model would cost around €160,000 to install, he adds. With the average Newquay home costing £730,000, according to RightMove, he has a good point.

Alva Yachts offers more architecturally ambitious 45m2 holiday homes with an infinity pool and a terrace. Not self-propelled, costs range from €85,000 to €200,000 depending on finish. The fledgling German company is using its founders’ experience of building catamarans that run on renewable power to offer low-carbon homes.

“The floating homes are literally super luxury yachts without propulsion,” explains co-founder Mathias May. “The hull and ‘sails’ are made of composites, while energy consumption, supply and distribution is comparable to a solar yacht. We strive to be as efficient as possible to get rid of diesel gensets in remote areas. It is no coincidence that our first customer for such a project comes from the Maldives.”

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This ocean resort features a number of Alva Yachts floating eco holiday homes costing from €85,000 to €200,000

Meanwhile, two Finnish companies have developed a series of even larger floating structures whose near-total self-sufficiency allows them to remain offshore indefinitely. Architects Sigge and builder AdMares have turned the world’s largest floating villa (all 6,000m2 of it) in Abu Dhabi into an autonomous boat capable of tackling waves up to 1.2m.

By fitting a wheelhouse and three Rolls Royce US 55 FP azimuth thrusters with a total 750kW output, the villa can move itself around the sheltered waters of the emirate. An anchoring system at each end of the platform is equipped with whopping 38mm chain and 1,575kg anchors.

Off nearby Qatar, the Finnish firms have been hard at work installing 16 floating hotels with a total of 1,616 rooms, aimed at providing temporary accommodation for the huge influx of football fans due for the 2022 World Cup. With four storeys including a lounging area and a restaurant, each hotel can simply be towed to a new location after the tournament. The only restriction is the 4m draught.

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This Oceanix concept sees hexagonal clusters of floating homes linking up to become towns with net zero emissions

Floating towns

Several orders of magnitude further up the scale and you reach floating towns. Some concepts, like Oceanix, are very serious attempts to expand the boundaries of human habitation to ‘the next frontier’. It is a consortium of companies focusing on the UN’s ‘New Urban Agenda’ with a plan to build homes on pods clustered in hexagons, in turn clustered into larger hexagons, and so on, up to cities of 10,000 people.

Their vision includes parks, arenas, restaurants, offices up to three stories high and built-in docking for solar-powered watercraft. Energy is harvested from waves, wind, sun as well as algae bioreactors and more to create a net-zero consumer, while food is grown on and under the city.

“We believe humanity can live in harmony with life below water – it is not a question of one versus the other,” says CEO Marc Collins Chen. “The technology exists for us to live on water, while nature continues to thrive under. Floating cities by design embrace all types of marine activities, so they are complementary to existing activities like fishing and sailing.”

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Nomadia is a multi-deck craft for 3,000 guests. An alternative to cruise ship holidays, it features an internal marina and even beaches

The initial sites envisaged for a city are all on the fringes of the Tropics, from Japan to Thailand, and the structures are designed to withstand Category 5 storms.

A more Eurocentric view comes from two designers of cities on boats. French naval architect Sylvain Viau has developed an outline for a triangular craft measuring 372m in length, with a jaw-dropping beam of 369m. Across 12 decks moving at up to 5 knots, some 3,000 guests can be accommodated, along with lecture halls, meeting rooms, restaurants, shops, manmade beaches and an internal marina capable of berthing ten 100ft yachts.

Fun and games afloat

These giant ‘craft’ are nothing to do with loving the sea or even respecting the enivronment. “People are not interested in the sea, they are interested in casinos, cinema, fun entertainment,” Chen explains. “In my imagination, you welcome everybody on board in a nice location. The platform doesn’t move during the season, only in the winter, when it’s time to find a new spot.”

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With yards promoting designs such as this BlackCat 50m, superyacht multihulls look set to be the next very big thing

At anchor, giant inlets like gills down each flank would channel waves into a generator to produce energy. And when it’s time to move, the boat raises its 300-tonne anchor and blows out its ballast tanks to reduce its draught from 20m to 11m.

Germany’s beiderbeck designs recently made headlines with the publication of a €500m concept catamaran called Galileo2, capable of berthing yachts up to 80m, and offering a fold-down restaurant and an open-air amphitheatre cinema. With a nod at managing greenhouse gas emissions, this small floating town would be powered by gigantic fuel cells, and would pioneer so-called marine thermal energy in yachting.

“You can use the temperature difference between the deeper and surface water,” explains Timo Hartmüller of beiderbeck. “Obviously, you need to be in deep water, but we designed the yacht to stow a 1km long hose on board.”

Some of these floating titans may never make it off the drawing board, particularly in view of the way that coronavirus has decimated the cruise ship industry. But the current is running hard towards extending communities above the waves, and whatever you may think of these concepts, be they luxury pads or modest holiday cabins, expect to see more of them coming to a stretch of coast near you.

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Mobile pontoon

Multimarine near Plymouth is nearing completion of a 108ft x 28ft motorised platform called the Gweek Pontoon, which the owner plans to charter out for use as a mobile regatta and watersports base.

It is fitted with an anchor and windlass, as well as three 200hp engines, and includes a built-in hydraulic slipway. It is built from foam-core vinylester laminate and carbon fibre for light weight and a trifling draught of just 100mm.

First published in the September 2020 issue of Yachting World.

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The coolest new catamaran models and concepts

Sam Fortescue reveals the latest multihulls to make a splash and takes a look at what’s on the designers’ drawing boards

Sunreef 43m Eco

LOA 42.7m Beam 15.4m Power 2 x 200kW Passengers 12 guests, 7 crew

Polish catamaran builder Sunreef has just sold another 43M Eco – the second largest sailing cat in the world. This is hull No 2, and will feature the same innovative 60kW solar array as the first example. Solar cells are integrated into every surface of the hull, superstructure and rig to give it impressive range under electric propulsion and almost limitless power for domestic comfort. The boat has an invisible drop-down aft garage for toys, fold-down wings on the quarter and a vast beach club, which combine to form what Sunreef has dubbed the Ocean Lounge. A gym with a view is built into the starboard quarter, and there’s a huge flybridge and room for 12 guests below. 

BlackCat 36m

LOA 36m Beam 13.7m Draught 1.60-4.90m Passengers 8 guests, 4 crew

Designer Malcolm McKeon and BlackCat founder Mitch Booth have been busy creating a super-sleek new 36-metre catamaran concept for a specific owner, and are now offering it alongside its other models in the 30- to 50-metre range. There’s barely a straight line on board; everything is curved and ergonomic – what Italian design is to furniture, so BlackCat is to catamarans. Compared to other BlackCats, there is perhaps a little extra height in the superstructure, plus solar panels and drop-down bulwarks aft. Naturally, it is a full-carbon build with performance to match – this one is predicted to sail at up to 30 knots, setting 650 square metres of carbon sails on its 45-metre rotating mast. Retractable rudders and daggerboards promise tight wind angles and upwind speed as well as access to shallow waters. Electric propulsion and up to 50kW regeneration capacity will minimise fuel burn. There are four double cabins for eight guests. The boat would be built at Baltic Yachts with BlackCat consulting. 

Echo Yachts 56m

LOA 56m Beam 15.5m Passengers 16 guests, 14 crew

Echo Yachts has come up with a beast of a catamaran design that blurs the line between support mothership and boat. This 56-metre is designed around helicopter operations, with two landing spots and room for two aircraft in the hangar. That gives it the capacity to carry three helicopters, as well as a range of large tenders up to around 11 metres and numerous other toys. Not that guest-level comfort has been neglected: there’s a spa pool on the foredeck, a private aft deck lounge and a huge beach club based around the drop-down platform. The interior is 100 per cent customisable, and can be skewed towards crew accommodation or even scientific, humanitarian or special interest facilities.

Alva Yachts Ocean Eco 90 H2

LOA 27.5m Beam 13.98m Draught 1.2m Power 2 x 250kW

Alva Yachts is building the world’s first 27.5-metre fossil-fuel-free catamaran. The Ocean Eco 90 H2 will run off two electric motors connected to a 500kWh-plus battery pack, powered by the sun via 200 square metres of solar panelling. It will also be fitted with Ayro’s Oceanwings with sensors on the wingsails. Wind data will be analysed by a computer that will adjust the wingsails’ angle of attack and camber. “This project would not be possible without our classification partner DNV, which has established new ground rules because this has never been done before,” says Holger Henn, CEO of the German builder. 

McConaghy MC115

LOA 35m Beam 12.5m Draught 1.8m (centreboards up)

Composite wizard McConaghy has given us an exclusive preview of a new 35-metre catamaran that is still at the design stage. Intended to bridge the gap between production and superyacht sectors, it is even more customisable than the yard’s smaller models. It features wide side decks and an open flybridge with an enclosed helm station forward, at the mast foot.

With sail controls concentrated above, the main deck is devoted to socialising, with a huge hydraulic bathing platform aft. The master suite is positioned forward on the main deck, giving it access to a foredeck lounge with a spa pool – a departure for this performance-focused brand. Accommodation is for 12 guests in six cabins, supported by a crew of four. But the precise configuration is infinitely adaptable. This should be a rapid boat, courtesy of slick naval architecture by Ker and a high-tech composite build. “The MC115 is a wind-speed yacht, and with true wind speed of 20 knots and the boat at 100 degrees, she will comfortably achieve 21 knots,” says managing director Mark Evans. 

LOA 36.75m Beam 13.85m Draught 2m Power 2 x 340hp e-motors

Flagships on this scale don’t come quickly, and especially not when they keep growing. What began as a 30-metre now surpasses 36 metres, with its electric drives and helicopter landing pad covered with retractable solar panels. To keep us hooked as the 2024 launch date draws closer, Silent Yachts has released details of a specially adapted submersible and quadcopter designed to match the yacht. U-Boat Worx is behind the two-person Nemo sub, which can dive to 100 metres. And the aircraft is an adaptation of VRCO’s XP4, due for regulatory approval in 2024. Billed as the “supercar of the skies”, it has vertical take off and landing capabilities and room for four passengers. Both are electric and will be recharged from the Silent 120’s vast battery bank. 

WiderCat 92

LOA 28.04m Beam 12m Power 2 x 420kW electric motors Top speed 15 knots Passengers 8 guests, 4 crew

As we reported back in November, Wider has sold five of its 28-metre WiderCats so far, and the first hulls have now left the moulds in Ancona. Late on a midwinter’s night, the two halves of the boat were transported 20 kilometres by road at painstaking speed to Wider’s new building halls at Fano. They will first be joined, then united with the deck and superstructure, which are already moulded. Painting comes next, followed by the complex systems that lie behind this advanced diesel-electric hybrid. The build is on track to debut at Cannes in September. 

Lazzara LPC 85

LOA 25.9m Beam 10.6m Power 2 x 550 - 1,800hp Top speed 20 knots Passengers 10 guests, 5 crew

Following the delivery of its UHV 87 model, shown at Cannes in 2022, and the launch of an express cruiser in its LSX series, Lazzara Yachts is expanding its offering with a catamaran line. The flagship 26-metre cat, built in GRP, will house a giant saloon that occupies the entire main deck – with the focus entirely on entertainment. The owner’s suite is a marvel – filling the 10-metre beam of the lower deck, with fold-down balconies on either side. Four more guest doubles have been designed with semi-open bathrooms, to transmit the light from the hull windows. Outside space is epic, with a vast beach club, elegant main deck dining and an expansive flybridge with a spa pool. While impressively styled, these are production yachts, with choices very much circumscribed. 

VisionF 100

LOA 30.5m Beam 12m Power 4 x Volvo Penta IPS 1050 3,200hp Top speed 22 knots

In just four years of operation, Turkish yard VisionF has already launched several 24-metre aluminium catamarans, and now it has sold a 30.5-metre cat. Built entirely in robust Kevlar composite, it should be incredibly stiff and strong. But relaxing is the name of the game here. There’s a glass-bottomed pool on the foredeck, fold-down wing balconies and a large, open flybridge. At the stern is deep hydraulic platform designed so that it either massively extends the aft deck or provides a huge beach club area. Besides the 100-square-metre saloon there is room on the main deck for a large forward-facing owner’s cabin. Up to six comfortable en suite cabins can be fitted into the two hulls. Delivery is scheduled for 2025. 

Lagoon Seventy 7

LOA 23.25m Beam 11m Power 2 x 175hp diesel Passengers up to 10 guests + 2 crew

While Lagoon is better known for its smaller sailing cats, its Seventy 7 is a semi-custom exception with more of a superyacht mentality. And its latest commission is an intriguing mix of sailing and gaming. Currently in build, the boat has an elegant dedicated cinema in the starboard hull with 7.1 surround sound and a pull-down screen integrated into the headlining. Another owner request was that the LED-lit gaming tower should be made a feature of the boat, and so it is – placed by the stairs so the lights can be seen from the cockpit. Next to the cinema is a workshop, where the owner can work on his drones.

Even without customisation, the Seventy 7 is a spacious, capable cruising cat. There’s the option of a spa pool on its flybridge, which also offers informal dining, an L-shaped sofa, a grill and a fridge. The helm station naturally lies at the forward end of this space, where all the lines come back to a battery of hefty winches. The foredeck lounge has direct access inside via a sea-tight door. And uniquely, the master cabin has a balcony door with a built-in bathing ladder for direct access to the water. Grey D4 Vectran sails from Incidence complement a dark grey hull, while the interior plays on primary colours. 

Art Explorer

The build of the groundbreaking 46-metre Art Explorer catamaran is continuing apace at The Italian Sea Group , with delivery expected in September. “She will be one of the largest luxury catamarans in the world when she is delivered, a testament to the vision, energy and leadership of its protagonist, Frederic Jousset,” says Laurent Bredy, head of project management for Fraser, of the yacht’s French owner. It was designed by Axel de Beaufort and Guillaume Verdier, with carbon mast and boom by Lorima. She will act as a floating gallery that will sail around the world, taking art to people who wouldn’t otherwise have access to it. 

Fountaine Pajot 80

LOA 23.98m Beam 11.09m Power 2 x 175hp Passengers 12 guests, 5 crew

Building a 24-metre was a big step up for French production yard Fountaine Pajot , so it has sought naval architect Olivier Racoupeau ’s help to add some big-boat sparkle. He’s brought ideas such as drop-down bulwarks that create a port and starboard lounging area at anchor, a spa pool set into the bow, where you can bathe and admire the waves sliding by, a well-equipped flybridge and epic toy storage. The overhangs are set with semi-transparent solar cells and the interior by Isabelle Racoupeau is about unostentatious luxury. There’s also room for up to six double cabins.

LOA 26.82m Beam 11.1m Power 2 x 170hp Yanmar Passengers 10 guests, 4 crew

Speed has always been the essence of HH Catamarans, but a new flagship is hoping to inject a bigger dose of comfort into these carbon-fibre fliers. Choose between a sleek flybridge or the racy pod helm stations that barely protrude above the coachroof. Up to 10 guests are supported by four crew, making charter an option. But make no mistake: even with self-tacking jibs and lots of lounging space, these remain exhilaratingly fast boats capable of near-wind speed into the low-20 knot zone. The first hull is launching now. 

Prestige M8

LOA 19.82m Beam 8.85m Power 2 x Volvo Penta D8 600hp Top speed 20 knots

A new flagship is on the drawing board at Franco-Italian builder Prestige, which has found a niche in high-quality series production. The 20-metre M8 power cat is said to have lower fuel consumption thanks to efficient design, and a 15-knot cruising speed. A full-beam owner’s cabin forms a lower half-deck forward, with space for up to four further guest cabins. A vast saloon with extensive glazing and stainless-steel detailing gives the feeling of a sophisticated apartment. There’s also a flybridge and a foredeck lounge. It should be at Cannes this year. 

Reinvigorated under French ownership, Gunboat has just unveiled a flexible new 21-metre model. The spec can be varied on a scale that runs from fast cruiser to seat-of-the-pants rocket ship, with two rig choices. The mast has been moved aft for a bigger self-tacking J2 sail and a high-aspect main. There’s no flybridge – just an aerodynamic coachroof that has been enlarged to take more solar panels. The saloon is bigger too, and the accommodation is flexible. 

Nemesis 60ft

The team behind the outrageous 101-metre Nemesis One foiling catamaran concept have somehow raised the stakes a notch or two further with a design that will hit 150 knots. This will be a 20-metre power boat on hydrofoils, capable of accommodating six guests and three crew. Initial drawings resemble something out of Star Wars – all stealth angles in jet black. The contract is already in place for the design and build, according to Nemesis.

Bluegame BGM75

LOA 22.7m Beam 8.15m Power 2 x IPS Volvo Penta D8 550 hp Top speed 20 knots

Bluegame's first ever multihull offering was revealed to the world at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2022. The 22.7-metre design retains the appearance of a monohull with the benefits of a catamaran – stability, volume and improved fuel consumption. Its hull form means the BGM75 requires 50 per cent less power than a monohull of the same volume, while generating 5kW of green energy thanks to 56 solar panels that can be installed on the deckhouse. Design comes from Bernardo Zuccon and Piero Lisson, working on a hull form that was developed as the hydrogen-powered chase boat for the America’s Cup.

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Bold and the beautiful: Exciting new catamaran designs

  • June 23, 2022

Yacht Style showcases a varied selection of catamaran designs and concepts – some in build, some in negotiation and some that could stay on the drawing board.

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50M Sunreef Explorer

Sunreef may be leading the way in production of large luxury powercats, yet it’s determined to go bigger still and recently added to its portfolio of designs with the 50M Sunreef Explorer.

Designed to “go anywhere, from lush tropical islands to the most extreme latitudes”, the Polish builder’s latest Explorer design follows the 40M version and is designed to be “self-sufficient for months and offer all the autonomy needed for worldwide exploration in ultimate comfort, safety and luxury”.

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The 50M Sunreef Explorer has a huge aft platform that makes the most of its 14.3m beam and the superyacht is fitted with tender cranes, garages and windlasses to help store and deploy a fleet of water toys including dive compressors, Seabobs, e-bikes, e-foils, sailing dinghies and tenders.

The yacht can be tailored for divers, adrenaline-seekers or fishing enthusiasts, while onboard areas can include a private spa, gym and an outdoor cinema with a bar, with accommodation customised for up to 12 guests.

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Sunreef believes catamarans are the safest platforms for extended navigation as all essential systems on board are doubled, with two engines, two fuel tanks, multiple generators and two water tanks ensuring redundancy and reliability in critical areas.

In this vein, the 50M Sunreef Explorer includes impressive storage capacities for provisioning and a smart waste management system.

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Rossinavi Sea Cat 40

Rossinavi has revealed an all-aluminium Sea Cat 40 concept, the first catamaran proposed by the Italian superyacht builder. Featuring exterior and interior design by Fulvio de Simoni, the sub-500GT motor yacht has an overall length of 42.75m (140ft 3in) and a beam of 13.75m (45ft 1in), with a 100sqm saloon and dining area plus accommodation for 10 guests and seven crew.

The Viareggio yard says the solar panels are designed to produce enough electricity to supply the daily consumption of 5-6 average American households, so can power the onboard services and propulsion at low speeds.

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In daily use, the catamaran can operate 100 per cent in full-electric mode. In the case of an Atlantic crossing, it can cruise continuously for 20 days, covering 3,850nm at eight knots.

To extend battery life, Sea Cat 40 can maintain the batteries’ charge status at 40-80 per cent and be programmed to navigate for 80 per cent of an ocean crossing in full-electric mode and 20 per cent in diesel-electric mode.

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Widercat 92

Fellow Italian shipyard Wider has begun building the first units of the Widercat 92, a hybrid model designed with Luca Dini and expected to launch in 2023.

The 92ft powercat has a beam of over 39ft and this extends when the side platforms drop, offering direct access to both VIP cabins and potentially linking with the fold-down garage door to form a 720sqft, three-sided beach club.

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Solar panels covering 1,830sqft deliver self-sufficiency at anchor, with unused energy stored in the lithium batteries to power systems at night. Wider’s serial hybrid system enables a cruising speed of 12 knots and a range over 1,600nm at eight knots or up to 2,400nm at six knots, while in zero-emission mode, the yacht can travel 27nm at six knots in silence.

StellarPM has announced the aluminium StellarCAT AL25-3, a towering tri-deck version of the AL25-2 measuring 82ft in length and 38ft wide, and offering four-six guest cabins and one or two crew cabins.

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StellarCAT AL25-3

The main deck includes an aft cockpit, a 635sqft saloon and either a full-beam master suite or two VIP cabins forward.

The upper deck can be configured with a wheelhouse and skylounge or a master suite with private verandah, while above is an open sun deck. Depending on engine options, the yacht has a top speed of 19 or 24 knots and a range of 1,700nm or 2,400nm.

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Cosmopolitan 66

Ivan Salas of Spain’s Iddes Yachts and German entrepreneur Christian Braun are behind Cosmopolitan Yachts, whose first model is the aluminium, solar-electric Cosmopolitan 66, which can house up to six guest cabins.

Featuring a beam of 35ft, the yacht has a 1m-plus bridgedeck clearance and a foil below the aft end of both hulls, while solar panel coverage is designed to generate 17kWp.

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Soel Senses 62

Dutch-owned Soel Yachts has designed and engineered the Senses 48 and Senses 62 solar-electric catamarans for private use.

The company has previous built several passenger vessels including the SoelCat 12 in 2017 and two units of the Shuttle 14 recently delivered to Bora Bora, and built a custom-designed 10m carbon-fibre speedboat for private use.

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Pininfarina De Simoni catamaran

Meanwhile, naval architect Fulvio De Simoni – designer of the Rossinavi Sea Cat 40 – has collaborated with Pininfarina Nautical on a 48ft powercat for Turkey-based Epsilon, a specialist in composite materials for aviation and boating.

SAILING CATAMARANS

On the sailing side, Sunreef’s larger designs have included a Sunreef 100 and an MM 460 Cat designed with Malcolm McKeon. More recently, the shipyard announced the Sunreef 43M, a ‘sailing super-catamaran’ initially known as the Sunreef 140 and featuring a 50ft 6in beam.

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Sunreef 43M Eco

The highlight is a spectacular beach club, a three sided, walkaround waterside arena once the hydraulic swim platform and two side terraces are lowered. Fully customisable, the beach club connects with a sea-view gym as well as a storage room for diving gear and water toys. Beneath the aft cockpit, a garage accommodates two large jet-skis, a refuelling station and launching system.

Accommodation for up to 12 guests includes a spectacular full-beam owner’s suite with panoramic views and private access to the lounging area and spa pool on the foredeck.

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Sunreef 43M/43M Eco

The 43M is also available in an Eco version that features Sunreef’s innovative ‘solar skin’ integrated into the bodywork, mast and boom, generating green energy for twin 200kW engines.

Smart-power and water-management systems optimise energy consumption, while an optional hydro-generation system is another power source.

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Eco Yacht 88’ by Pajot Custom Yachts

Marc Pajot of Pajot Custom Yachts and Wider recently revealed the Eco Yacht 88’, which features a full-width superstructure and a boomless rig, which also featured on Pajot’s Eco Yacht 110’ concept revealed in 2020.

Made of aluminium and carbon, the new 88-footer with a 39ft-plus beam has 540sqft of solar panels, hybrid sail/diesel-electric propulsion, and two or three electrically assisted interior and exterior helm stations.

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Inside, the main saloon is flanked by a semi-open galley to port and a home cinema to starboard, while the forward area includes a master suite or two VIPs. There are also two 220sqft beach club cabins in the aft part of the hulls that have direct door access to the sugarscoops.

German-owned Mavea Yachts has revealed the solar-electric Slyder 80, a Café Racer-styled carbon cat designed with Matthias Krenz.

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Slyder 80 by Mavea Yachts

For sale with Ocean Independence and expected to launch in 2024, the 80-footer has a 35ft 5in beam and a flat superstructure with ‘sports-fly’ helm stations on either side.

Armed with a 215sqm mainsail with three reefs, the Slyder 80 also has a serial hybrid drive (twin 70 100kW electric motors) and PLC electrics. The interior offers headroom up to 2.2m and includes a 410sqft saloon and accommodation for up to eight guests in the tall hulls.

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Meanwhile, the solar-electric Zen50 has been promoted as the world’s first production yacht equipped with a wingsail. The first unit is sold and expected to be launched in early 2023 by Zen, which stands for Zero Emission Nautic and recently opened a showroom in Barcelona’s Marina Vela, close to where the first hull is being built.

Designed by Julien Mélot, the 51ft 6in cat has a 27ft 7in beam, lightweight carbon hulls and a semi rigid Oceanwings32 wingsail designed by Paris-based Ayro (a spin-off of VPLP) that can be controlled at upper and lower helm stations.

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A huge flat roof and a hardtop above the 365sqft flybridge enable extensive solar panel coverage that can generate 16kW.

The first unit won’t have a generator and won’t carry any fossil fuel, with the electric tender recharged by the mother vessel. The yacht can also be equipped with a dive compressor, e-water scooter, e-foil, electric jet boards and electric water maker.

Note: The original article appeared in Yacht Style Issue 65. For the magazine article, click on ‘Catamarans Special 2022’ at: www. yachtstyle.co/specials

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This 82-Foot Catamaran Concept Can Crawl Onto Shore

The PAGURUS is an innovative design for an amphibious catamaran. This out-of-the-box concept design can scuttle out of the water onto land like a crab, setting a new precedent for seafaring.

The design is from the Italian superyacht design studio Lazzarini Design which is the powerhouse behind the innovative concept that has the potential to be the ultimate explorer yacht. The PAGURUS is named after the Latin word for crab and echoes the shape of a crab.

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PAGURUS yacht concept

The original concept from Pierpaolo Lazzarini was for the PAGURUS to be used in military applications. The original design featured camo paint and a rooftop cannon.

But he saw a large space growing in the industry for yacht buyers to have “off the grid” luxury vessels. He transformed his designs to better match this new brief.

The interior is a modern luxury inside the PAGARUS. The living areas are found in the two hulls and are connected via the bridge tower deck station.

Two or three cabins with a kitchen and toilet are optional within the vessel’s build. Eight guests and four crew members can be accommodated onboard.

The private version of the yacht will have the ability to host friends and family in the globe-trotting vessel.

Lazzarini imagines that one of the best features of the PAGURUS would be the ability for guests to go off-roading, specifically in a Tesla Cybertruck.

The same storage platform could hold electric Tesla Cyberquad ATVs or snowmobiles. Charging the onboard electric vehicle will be easy thanks to the huge banks of solar panels incorporated into the decks.

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The inspiration for the amphibious catamaran came from a giant crab. The high-sided hulls and low carbon fiber superstructure with slim semicircles of glass are reminiscent of a crab’s shape.

The steel hull echoes a crab’s hard shell as it is designed to be an inch thick with extra reinforcement around the bow for crushing ice during explorations throughout the globe.

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The 25m yacht has some amazing features that make the PAGURUS a truly innovative design: underwater helical screws.

This feature allows the PAGURUS to sail into a remote bay without disturbing the wildlife at a stealthy five knot with electric power.

Tucked into the twin hulls are four 6.5m long steel cylinders, which feature a helical spiral shape like a giant screw. Pulling up onto a beach is easy with this feature.

Each cylinder is powered by a 440 hp diesel engine and bites into the sand when turned on to drag the catamaran onto land. Turning these cylinders on while underway will charge the PAGURUS batteries.

The PAGURUS is imagined to have a 900 hp Caterpillar diesel engine that is coupled to sterndrives and gives a top speed of 25 knots. 

There have been some critics commenting on the environmental impact of the PAGURUS because of the screwdrivers. But Lazzarini believes that they act as a safety feature for extracting the catamaran if it runs aground or gets stuck in the mud. 

The crablike yacht is estimated to cost $30 million to build. The construction would take roughly two years.

A smaller and lighter-weight PAGURUS can be built from carbon fiber with water jet power and a top speed of 32 knots. This vessel can be built for $8 million without screwdriver technology.

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Good performance under sail or power

Comfort underway and at anchor, a feeling of continuity and community in the boat’s public spaces, primary safety through professionally engineered structures and manageable sail-handling gear, secondary safety through watertight bulkheads and energy-dissipating structures, catamaran hull form.

The hull has a narrow waterline beam to maximize performance. The sections aft are designed to support the full aft cabin configuration with buttock lines that run out at a milder angle. This produces a faster, better-supported hull. The resultant slight submergence of the very narrow transoms is not a significant drag factor, especially as the water leaves cleanly at moderate speeds. The stem has been given only a mild rake angle to maximize waterline length and useful interior space within the length parameter.

From a fine entry at the waterline, the bows are mildly flared upward to provide wider drier deck areas forward. The keel and rudder are designed using N.A.C.A. sections selected for their stall and drag characteristics. The chosen draft gives a good balance of windward ability with the freedom

Accomodations

The accommodations of the Antares were largely set by three desirables:

A bridge deck 30 inches above the loaded waterline

16 inches of unobstructed walkway in the side decks, queen-size mattresses in the aft cabins.

By keeping the hull floors within 30 inches of the bridge deck height, we were able to maintain a feeling of airiness in the hulls as well as providing an integrated and open layout arrangement.

The opportunities for light and air in this vessel have been given full rein. There is a view forward from the dining table, while those in the aft cabins have a view aft from their beds.

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It has been remarked that most sailors live primarily on a boat, rather than in a boat, so considerable energy was devoted to the Antares catamaran’s upper works. As with the earlier boats, Antares cockpit has a hard bimini that mounts the main traveler and 4 solar panels (enough to supply a large portion of the vessel’s electrical requirements) and this is fitted for various canvas configurations up to a full enclosure. The cockpit seats flank a removable 6-place dining table. Access to the boat is through a sliding, tempered-glass door. The cockpit sole continues at one level to the aft deck; steps descend the transoms to an oversize step for swimming and dinghy boarding.

We have watched as advances in electronics enabled Antares owners to transfer navigational functions to the helm. Accordingly, the Antares catamaran helm area was shaped to accommodate a range of electronic navigational devices. A double-width seat, requested by many, is included. Running rigging is led from the mast, under the bridge deck, and back up to winch pedestals at the helm (self-tacking jib and main sheets) and on the aft deck (halyards). The pedestals can mount electric winches if desired. This layout is very convenient to access, and clears the deck of lines, increasing safety for those on deck. Genoa sheet winches can be fitted on the aft cabin tops. A large volume of stowage is provided under the cockpit and the aft deck for bicycles, outboard motors, and a life raft.

We are pleased with the way the vessel has taken shape and we sense a unique character that we know will provide great satisfaction to its designers, builders, and most especially, to the owners.

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Power Catamarans: A Complete Guide

Power Catamarans, often termed as the epitome of modern maritime engineering, are gaining popularity for all the right reasons. Their distinct design, enhanced stability, and cruising efficiency set them apart from traditional monohull boats and even their sail-driven counterparts. This guide dives into the world of Power Catamarans, shedding light on their advantages and how they compare to other vessels like monohulls and trimarans.

Historical Prelude:

The concept of catamarans traces its roots back to ancient maritime cultures. However, the power catamaran is a relatively modern innovation that marries the traditional twin-hull design with powerful engines, offering a unique blend of speed, stability, and space.

Distinguishing Design:

Power Catamarans are characterized by their twin hulls, which significantly reduce the drag, thus enhancing speed and fuel efficiency. Unlike monohulls, they have a broader beam, which contributes to increased stability and more living space. The absence of a ballast for stability further lightens the vessel, contributing to its speed and fuel economy

Speed and Handling:

One of the significant advantages of power catamarans is their speed and handling. The twin hulls allow for a smoother glide over the water, making them particularly favorable for watersports enthusiasts. Their handling in rough waters is superior to monohulls, thanks to the inherent stability provided by the dual-hull design.

The stability of power catamarans is unparalleled, especially when compared to monohulls. The wide beam and twin hulls provide a stable platform, reducing the rocking and rolling common in monohulls. This stability is not only comforting in rough seas but also crucial when docking or anchoring.

Comfort and Space:

The spacious design of power catamarans offers homelike livability, with ample room for cabins, lounges, and even onboard amenities like grills and bars. The wide beam also allows for large deck spaces, ideal for sunbathing or enjoying the scenic ocean vistas.

Economy and Redundancy:

Power catamarans are economical, with fuel efficiency being one of their selling points. The redundancy built into their design, with separate engines for each hull, provides an added layer of safety, ensuring that the vessel can return to shore even if one engine fails.

Regular Upkeep and Care:

Power catamarans, given their unique design and structure, come with their own set of maintenance requirements. Like all boats, routine checks and upkeep are essential to ensure smooth sailing. The twin hull design means double the underwater gear – from propellers to rudders, which necessitates regular inspections for any signs of wear, tear, or fouling.

Antifouling:

Given that power catamarans have a larger surface area underwater due to their twin hulls, they may be more susceptible to marine growth. Regular antifouling treatments can help in keeping the hulls clean, ensuring optimal performance and fuel efficiency.

Engine Maintenance:

One distinct advantage of power catamarans is their dual-engine setup, but this also means double the engine maintenance. Regular oil changes, cooling system checks, and filter replacements are crucial. It's beneficial to synchronize maintenance schedules for both engines to ensure consistent performance.

The lifespan of a power catamaran largely depends on its build quality, materials used, and how well it's maintained. With proper care, a power catamaran can last for several decades. The engine's maintenance significantly impacts the catamaran's lifespan, with gasoline engines requiring maintenance at 1,200 to 1,800 hours and diesel engines at around 5,000 hours​​. The construction materials play a crucial role; for instance, fiberglass catamarans, when well-maintained, can last for many decades, while aluminum cats might change ownership after 10-15 years but can last a lifetime with proper care​.

World-Renowned Builders:

The power catamaran sector boasts several reputable manufacturers such as Lagoon, Leopard Catamarans, Fountaine Pajot, and other notable names like Seawind Catamarans​.

Lagoon, a revered name under the Beneteau Group umbrella, has carved its niche in crafting luxurious, spacious catamarans. A prime example is the Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht, embodying opulence with its nearly 250 sq. ft. aft deck and 900 sq. ft. interior, comfortably housing up to 12 guests. Known for its superyacht styling, it boasts superior fuel efficiency and a commendable average velocity-made-good of 9 knots.

Leopard Catamarans:

Emerging from the reputable Robertson and Caine shipyard in South Africa, Leopard Catamarans is synonymous with innovation and efficiency. The Leopard 53 Powercat is a testament to this legacy, showcasing excellent seakeeping abilities, offering 3 or 4 cabin configurations, and achieving a top speed of 25 knots.

Fountaine Pajot:

A trailblazer since 1976, Fountaine Pajot constantly redefines catamaran design. The Fountaine Pajot MY6 is a shining example, encapsulating the brand's visionary ethos. Stretching 15 meters, the MY6, equipped with dual engines of up to 2 x 353 Kw and 2 x 480 hp, promises dynamic sailing. Crafted meticulously by Pier Angelo Andreani, the interior mirrors a 20-meter monohull's spaciousness, reflecting modern aesthetics and comfort that stand as a benchmark in the Motor Yacht world.

These manufacturers continue to innovate, offering a blend of luxury, performance, and efficiency in their power catamaran models, making them a popular choice among maritime enthusiasts.

Comparing with Monohulls and Trimarans:

While monohulls are traditional and often cheaper, they lack the stability and space offered by power catamarans. On the other hand, trimarans, with three hulls, provide even more stability but at the cost of additional drag and less interior space.

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Among the most outrageous yachts ever built, Sailing Yacht A and Yas are top of the list. The polarizing designs are defined by their exteriors— A for its fortress aesthetic and the former navy frigate Yas for its dolphin-like appearance. Love them or loathe them, they break from conventional yacht design and show what can be done with a little fresh thinking. That’s exactly what concepts are intended to do, and some of the world’s most outrageous examples take it to the extreme.

“Yacht concepts drive human evolution in maritime adventure,” says Micca Ferrero, owner of ICON Yachts . “It is one of the oldest and purest forms of work, as humans have been preparing to take to the sea for centuries in search of a better world. Each concept carries a small part of our future at sea.”

But the concepts have gone beyond simple sea vessels. From the Airyacht, with its detachable upper blimp structure, to U-Boat Worx’s Nautilus that can travel underwater at 10 knots, superyachts are no longer limited to the surface. Shape, size, amenities and propulsion are all up for grabs, and some of the most eyebrow-raising examples pave the way for the yachts of tomorrow.

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Italian design studio Lazzarini is known for its far-fetched ideas, which include a swan-shaped yacht and floating seaports. Pangeos is its interpretation of the world’s largest floating structure. The 1,800-foot-long “terayacht” (which also measures 2,000 feet across at its widest point) is named after Pangea, a supercontinent that existed 335 million years ago. This Pangea is estimated to accommodate 60,000 guests. The premise is an emissions-free city that can sail around the world. Designed in the shape of a giant turtle clad in solar panels, the concept includes multiple structures with a rooftop shopping mall, restaurants, and houses. There are also gardens, pools, and a large beach club, as well as helipads, hangars and marinas to store helicopters, toys, and tenders. Pangeos is powered by nine electric motors of 16,800 hp each, with the “wings” drawing more power from the waves and wind. Lazzarini estimates the build cost would be $8 billion.

VY.01 — Standout Feature: Indoor Garden

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Gardens and superyachts don’t typically mix. It can be challenging to keep plants alive at sea since gardening requires substantial care and resources. But that didn’t stop German architects 3deluxe from penning VY.01 , a low carbon-emission superyacht concept with a greenhouse and vegetable garden. Billed as a “paradisiacal biotope,” the concept catamaran focuses on onboard self-sufficiency. In addition to a hydrogen fuel-cell system and electric propulsion, the vessel has solar panels on the rooftop to generate clean energy for the seawater desalination system that provides water for the plants. Other features include large deck spaces, open-plan living, a saltwater pool, and a mini marina for tenders and toys.

Domus — Standout Feature: An Experimental Open Plan Layout

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This 131-foot-long solar sailing trimaran by Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest has 8,500 square feet of interior space, more than double the volume of other yachts with similar lengths. Domus , meaning a single-story home divided into two parts, is defined by a flat and wide superstructure, containing multiple guest areas that lead to a central atrium. The full-beam design is spread across two decks, with two owner’s suites that each have adjoining salons. There is also a cinema, gym, spa, and pool. When sailing, Domus will be able to heel at an angle of two degrees to reduce drag while also guaranteeing a comfortable guest experience with minimal rolling. It also uses a combination of solar power, hydro-regeneration technology, and hydrogen fuel cells for unlimited range and zero emissions. If that’s not enough, it’s fitted with a sail for extra wind power.

EXPV — Standout Feature: Floating Glass Walkway Connecting Two Deckhouses

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Over the years, Feadship has developed engineered yacht concepts that not only bring something new to yacht design, but also are ready to be built. The 285-foot EXPV , which the Dutch yard developed in collaboration with British studio Harrison Eidsgaard, is an explorer with a difference. The vessel has two deckhouses connected by a suspended glass walkway that separates the private owner’s quarters from the guest areas. The full-beam owner’s apartment, measuring 44 feet across, has an observation room, a helideck, and a private foredeck sun lounge. The other six guest cabins face the sea. On the lower deck, the beach club has folding platforms on both sides, an indoor swimming pool, and a skylight. A tender deck is located directly below. The mast holds a two-person pod that travels above the radar domes for exceptional views. The yacht also has hybrid diesel-electric propulsion.

Cantharus — Standout Feature: Underwater Lounge

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Cantharus is about being immersed in nature. American designer Darin Osborne’s Cantharus is a vessel with unrestricted views of the ocean, above and below deck, to encourage guests to be at one with their surroundings. The 226-foot concept has an underwater lounge and office amidship that converts into an owner’s cabin. The space holds a piano, formal dining table, and entertainment system. More panoramic vistas are on the upper bridge. On the main deck aft, there is a Jacuzzi that doubles as a stage, and a bar and DJ booth. At night, underwater lights illuminate the ocean, shining a spotlight on the behemoths of the deep.

Galileo² — Standout Feature: A Private Marina

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Described as the “catamaran that costs $500 billion to build,” the 656-foot Galileo² stretches the imagination in all directions. German naval architects Beiderbeck Designs, whose most notable builds include the 305-foot Eos and 233-foot Skat , conceived the multihull during the pandemic. It was clearly ahead of its time. Equipped with a methanol powerplant, it also has a 19,000-nautical-mile range, a retractable restaurant, and a 262-foot pier for the 38 guests to take walks at sea. Along with 75 crew, the yacht has a private marina with 260 feet of dock space—enough for 25 boats, submersibles, and toys. Other key features include an outdoor cinema, a hospital, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

Phoenicia — Standout Feature: Articulated Helipad

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Igor Lobanov’s sailing concept Phoenicia catches the eye with a reverse bow, a raised bowsprit, and an Arabian-inspired cutout on the superstructure that casts shadows across the yacht’s exterior decks. Even more dramatic are the masts on the main deck behind a glass-walled gallery. The yacht, a bridge between old and new, fuses a large traditional sail rig with an articulated helipad that unfolds from the roof of the owner’s suite. At night, 33 laser lights shine into the water, giving the impression that the yacht has two decks of oars.

Project L — Standout Feature: An Underwater Glass-Encased Owner’s Suite

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French designer Thierry Gauguin is a long-time collaborator of Philippe Starck, with projects that include Venus , the 260-foot Feadship built for Steve Jobs. His ultra-modern 394-foot concept Project L is his first solo design. Conceived for long, oceangoing passages with diesel-electric propulsion, it is fitted out with a glass-encased underwater owner’s suite at the bow. The bullet-like exterior blends the naval architecture of a sailing vessel with motoryacht convenience. Outdoor deck areas are limited to the small sun deck and an extendable beach club at the stern, both of which have pools. Yet the design also includes a dinghy bay, a heliport, a car garage, and even an underwater escape pod for Bond-like exits.

Ocean Odyssey — Standout Feature: A 590-Foot Running Track

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Penned by Italian designer Marco Casali as part of his 2020 “Owner for a Day” initiative, the 360-foot Ocean Odyssey is a floating hub of operations based on features requested by a yachting journalist. The vessel is defined by a two-level glass superstructure, which conceals a high-tech media center and a signature 590-foot running track. Its two-level stern works as a swimming pool (with lounges) on the upper-level beach club), as well as a private port to accommodate a custom 50-foot tender in a floating slip. More seating is found on the foredeck and bridge deck, while a helipad on the top deck allows for easy guest transfer anywhere in the world.

Protean 95 — Standout Feature: An Adaptive Platform

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The 312-foot Protean 95 is all about flexibility. Designed by Dutch studio CBSPRO Maritime to meet a variety of owners’ needs, it can be used as a support vessel, an explorer yacht, or a mothership for sportfishing tournaments and sailing regattas. The hybrid electric yacht can also serve as a floating laboratory and research vessel for oceanographic expeditions, helped by its 8,000-nautical-mile range. The open aft deck is a multifaceted heli-facility that can accommodate an 18-passenger helicopter. It also has a helipad, under-deck equipment hangar, and refueling area, as well as space for a submersible, multiple tenders and other pleasure craft. Amenities for the 20 guests include a spa, gym, cinema, and pool.

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MARAYA punches well above her length when it comes to offering space and premium features to her charter guests. From her five deck spaces in which to unwind or entertain to her unusually sizeable selection of watersports toys and equipment, she has everything you could wish for on a first-class getaway.

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Start your day with a reviving fresh juice on the master suite’s private balcony, followed by a delicious breakfast prepared by MARAYA’s chef just the way you like it, seated at the vast table on the upper deck aft with its elevated views of the surroundings.

The sun deck cannot be beaten as a sanctuary of calm, with its abundance of sunloungers, sun pads and jacuzzi. Perhaps a mid-morning break for coffee or mimosas is called for, in the comfortable shaded seating area of the main deck aft. Before lunch, the captain moves MARAYA to a new anchorage for the afternoon’s activities, so head to the Portuguese bridge for an exhilarating spot to take in the changing scenery, or curl up in the main deck lounge with a good book for a little solo time.

An informal lunch is served on the sun deck, in the shade of the hardtop roof. Then it is time to take to the water on MARAYA’s dizzying array of watersports toys. As well as typical options like wakeboards, kayaks and jetskis, MARAYA has a number of unusual ones for energetic guests. Spirited sailors might want to hop in the pair of racing catamarans, or you could try your hand at kitesurfing, jump on the racing flyboard and hoverboard, or dive underwater to test your skills on the Subwing towable board. The friendly deck crew are on hand to show you the ropes.

Retire to your room to dress for dinner. MARAYA’s master suite is a haven of tranquillity, with its own study and zen-like bathroom as well as the private balcony, which offers the perfect spot for a romantic sundowner. On the lower deck, a VIP suite, two doubles and two twin cabins with pullman berths can be found. Having had a full refresh in 2018, MARAYA’s luxurious interior is wheelchair friendly and features an elevator serving the lower to upper decks; her zero speed stabilisers ensure guests enjoy a calm, roll-free experience at anchor.

The sun having set, enjoy an al fresco dinner on the upper deck looking out over the twinkling lights of the bay or, for a more private setting, head to the formal dining room on the main deck where you will delight in the chef’s contemporary cuisine.

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Built 2008 (refitted 2018), CRN Ancona, Italy
Length 54.2m (177.8ft)
Guests 12
No. of guest cabins 6
Crew 15
Beam 10.2m (33.5ft)
Draft 3.5m (11.5ft)
Gross tonnage 885
Maximum speed 16.5 knots
Cruising speed 12.5 knots
Fuel consumption at cruising speed 250 litres per hour
Cabin types 6 (4 × double, 2 × twin, 2 × additional berths)
Engines 2 × 1,650hp Caterpillar

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Please note that tenders and toys are subject to regular upgrades and changes. Contact a Burgess broker for the latest information.

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Please note that fitness equipment and wellness facilities are subject to regular upgrades and changes. Contact a Burgess broker for the latest information.

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The magnificent MARAYA, which translates as “many mirrors”, is the ideal charter yacht as she offers many different facets for guests to enjoy.   From her contemporary and elegantly designed interior to her vast external deck spaces and wide variety of water toys, there is no doubt that MARAYA can satisfy any charter guests desire to escape, enjoy and relax.   MARAYA’s incredibly friendly and charter oriented crew keeps guests returning year after year

With over 450m2 of external space over 5 separate deck areas, MARAYA punches well above her length when it comes to space.   MARAYA’s luxurious interior is wheelchair friendly and features an elevator serving the lower deck to bridge deck whilst her zero speed stabilizers ensure that guests can enjoy a calm and roll free experience whilst at anchor.

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177’ / 54 m | CRN | 2008 / 2020

Maraya is a 177 feet superyacht built with state-of-the-art, cutting edge technology, and the latest modern advances in yacht building. With 6 cabins, it sleeps 12 guests and accommodates up to 12 people on a day charter with a professional crew of 15. Built by a renowned builder, CRN , the superyacht Maraya was launched in 2008 and refitted in 2020 complete with new technology and innovative features.

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Promising modern and luxurious comforts, Maraya is a superyacht that is shaping the future of luxury yacht charters. From unique exteriors to its contemporary interiors, the designer carefully selected stunning and modern furnishings, as well as finishes, to present guests with relaxation and indulgence in mind.

Perfectly blending world-class technology with safety and entertainment in mind, Maraya provides ample opportunities for both fun and pampering on board. It is the top choice for the discerning yacht enthusiast who is looking for a superyacht with Beach Club, Deck Jacuzzi, Gym, Spa, Cinema, and Playstation.

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Maraya is a game-changer when it comes to luxury yacht holidays. Equipped with more technology, gadgets, and cutting-edge innovations than the average yacht, Maraya is a genuine masterpiece of yachting architecture. Below deck, guests will find outstanding suites and living spaces, where private, comfortable, and intimate relaxation is paramount to the luxury yacht experience.

Maraya stands out from most yachts with a superb range of watersports, including Seabob, creating an adventure experience that’s out of this world. With more luxurious amenities and better service than a 5-star hotel, you can expect your VIP crew to be professional and discreet in meeting your every need on board.

Maraya is based in Caribbean and sails to France, Spain, Monaco, Malta, British Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe, Antigua and Barbuda, St Martin, Italy, Grenada, St Barths, Martinique, St Lucia, US Virgin Islands . While the yacht itself provides an excellent experience where all the modern comforts of yachting technology are present, the destinations give another layer of discovery and exploration. Jump from one island to another and enjoy unique cuisine, stunning architecture, and undeniable natural beauty. 

For the guest who wants a unique and cutting-edge superyacht that paves the way for extraordinary sailing, Maraya provides you with a yacht charter that offers unparalleled comfort and luxury.

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The ‘Maraya’ is a 177.82ft  /54.2m  CRN 54 motor yacht built in 2008 by CRN. The yacht’s stylish interior has been designed by Claude Missir and her exterior styling is by Zuccon.

There are so many unique features to the Maraya, and these include a multi-functional swim/games/cinema room at sea level, and a Crestron entertainments system. A water misting system features on the sun deck, and a gym with treadmill, cross trainer and free weights also feature.

Maraya’s spacious interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 rooms, including a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins and 2 Pullman beds. She is also capable of carrying up to 15 crew members on board to make sure that all guests enjoy the luxurious experience to the maximum.

The yacht is built with steel hull and aluminium superstructure, and has a cruising speed of 14 knots, a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 4,200nm from  120,000litre fuel tanks, she is the perfect combination of performance and luxury.

There’s a helicopter landing pad for those looking to explore from both the air and the sea.

She also comes complete with a modern stabilization system to reduce roll motion even during rough seas, and the yacht also has ‘at anchor stabilizers’ to keep things smooth even at anchor/zero speed.

While on board you’ll find a great Wi-Fi connection, so you can check emails or update social media. Air conditioning keeps conditions comfortable throughout the cabins, even on the warmest of days.

For the adrenalin-lover, a host of toys provide a great opportunity to enjoy water sports. These include 2 x Kayaks, Water-Ski, Wake Board, Ringo, Banana, Snorkelling Equipment, Scuba Diving Equipment, and Windsurfer.

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MARAYA For Charter

A stunning mix of modern innovation and luxurious comfort.

MARAYA, which translates as "many mirrors", is a stunning luxury charter yacht with accommodation for 12 guests in 6 elegant staterooms.

MARAYA offers over 450m2 of external space with five separate deck areas and a master stateroom balcony, which can be lowered whilst at anchor to provide a completely private external relaxation area for the principle guests.

MARAYA provides an abundance of space for her guests to escape, relax and fully enjoy their freedom onboard with all the rich and luxurious comforts expected from a charter vessel.

The best of MARAYA

  • Superb selection of toys.
  • Master stateroom balcony.
  • Deck Jacuzzi.
  • Gym / Exercise Equipment
  • Jet Ski / Waverunner
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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

Keywords: Tuva, Early Iron Age, early Scythian period, Aldy-Bel culture, barrow, burial in the coffin, mummy, full genome sequencing, aDNA

Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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The balashikha ripper, the hippopotamus,   active for 6 years (1988-1993) in russia, confirmed victims, possible victims.

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Sergei Ryakhovsky (Sergei Vasilyevich Ryakhovsky) a Soviet-Russian serial killer known as the Balashikha Ripper and The Hippopotamus. Ryakhovsky was convicted for the killing of nineteen people in the Moscow area between 1988 and 1993. Ryakhovsky's mainly stabbed or strangulated his victims, he mutilated some bodies, mainly in the genital area. Allegedly Ryakhovsky carried out necrophilic acts on his victims and stole their belongings. Ryakhovsky standing 6’5" tall and weighting 286 pounds, gaining him the nickname, The Hippo. Sergei Ryakhovsky died on January 21st 2005 from untreated tuberculosis while serving his life sentence in prison.

Sergei Ryakhovsky Serial Killer Profile

Serial Killer Sergei Ryakhovsky (aka) the Balashikha Ripper, The Hippopotamus, was active for 6 years between 1988-1993 , known to have ( 19 confirmed / 19 possible ) victims. This serial killer was active in the following countries: Russia

Sergei Ryakhovsky was born on December 29th 1962 in Balashikha, Moscow Oblast, Soviet Union. He had a physically defect. During his education he had academic, social or discipline problems including being teased or picked on.

Sergei Ryakhovsky a necrophile male citizen of Russia.

Prior to his spree he had killed, commited crimes, and served time in jail.

In 1988 (Age 25/26) Sergei Ryakhovsky started his killing spree, during his crimes as a serial killer he was known to rob, commit acts of necrophilia , torture , strangle , rape , mutilate, and murder his victims.

He was arrested on April 13th 1993 (Age 30), sentenced to death by firing squad at a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia. He was convicted on charges of murder and other possible charges during his lifetime.

Sergei Ryakhovsky died on January 21st 2005 (Age 42), cause of death: natural causes, untreated tuberculosis at a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia.

Profile Completeness: 62%

Sergei Ryakhovsky has been listed on Killer.Cloud since November of 2016 and was last updated 4 years ago.

Sergei Ryakhovsky a known:

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The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender(s), in separate events. Serial Killer as defined by the FBI at the 2005 symposium.

( 308 killers ) RAPIST

Rape is usually defined as having sexual intercourse with a person who does not want to, or cannot consent.

( 60 killers ) NECROPHILIAC

Necrophilia, also called thanatophilia, is a sexual attraction or sexual act involving corpses. Serial Killer Necrophiliacs have been known to have sex with the body of their victim(s).

( 89 killers ) TORTURER

Torture is when someone puts another person in pain. This pain may be physical or psychological. Tourturers touture their victims.

( 251 killers ) STRANGLER

Strangulation is death by compressing the neck until the supply of oxygen is cut off. Stranglers kill by Strangulation.

Sergei Ryakhovsky Serial Killer Profile:

Updated: 2019-06-30 collected by killer.cloud.

General Information
Name: Sergei Ryakhovsky
Nickname: the Balashikha Ripper, The Hippopotamus
Victims: 19 - 19
Years Active: -
Ages Active: 25/26 - 30/31
Active Countries:
Convicted Of: murder
Life Span: -
Characteristics
Gender: Male
Citizenship: Russia
Sexual Preference: necrophile
Astrological Sign:
Birth Month:
Marital Status: N/A
Children: N/A
Living With: N/A
Occupation: criminal, serial killer
Childhood Information
: Dec 29, 1962
Given Name: Sergey
Birth Location: Balashikha, Moscow Oblast, Soviet Union
Birth Order: N/A
Siblings: N/A
Raised By: N/A
Birth Category: N/A
Mother: N/A
Father: N/A
Cognitive Ability
: N/A
Highest School: N/A
Highest Degree:
Incarceration
Arrested: Apr 13, 1993 (Age 30)
Convicted: N/A
Sentence: death by firing squad
Prison Location: a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia
Executed: N/A
Previous Crimes: TRUE
Previous Jail: TRUE
Previous Prison: N/A
Death Information
Death Date: Jan 21, 2005 (Age 42)
Manner of Death: natural causes
Cause of Death: untreated tuberculosis
Death Location: a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia
Killed In Prison: FALSE
Suicide: FALSE

8 Timeline Events of Serial Killer Sergei Ryakhovsky

The 8 dates listed below represent a timeline of the life and crimes of serial killer Sergei Ryakhovsky. A complete collection of serial killer events can be found on our Serial Killer Timeline .

Date Event Description
Sergei Ryakhovsky was born in Balashikha, Moscow Oblast, Soviet Union.  

(Age 20)
20th Birthday

(Age 25/26)
Sergei Ryakhovsky started his serial killing spree. 

(Age 30)
30th Birthday

(Age 30/31)
Sergei Ryakhovsky ended his serial killing spree. 

(Age 30)
Sergei Ryakhovsky arrested. 

(Age 40)
40th Birthday

(Age 42)
Sergei Ryakhovskydied.cause of death:natural causes,untreated tuberculosisat a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia.

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teased in school 218 60 158
physically defect 300 20 280
previous crimes 367 298 69
previous jail 352 241 111
previous killed 208 63 145
used weapon 453 318 135
rape 453 308 145
torture 426 89 337
strangle 443 251 192
sex with body 430 60 370
mutilated 447 163 284
robbed 418 175 243
suicide 225 38 187
killed in prison 218 12 206
used gun 451 140 311
bound 406 139 267

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External References

  • Sergei Ryakhovsky on en.wikipedia.org , Retrieved on Sep 18, 2018 .
  • Juan Ignacio Blanco , Sergei Vasilyevich RYAKHOVSKY on murderpedia.org , Retrieved on Sep 18, 2018 .
  • Q372816 on www.wikidata.org , Retrieved on Oct 9, 2018 .

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  • #10 of 29[ Page 1 ] of Serial Killers active in Russia
  • #10 of 55[ Page 1 ] of Capricorn Serial Killers sorted by Confirmed Victims
  • #11 of 89[ Page 1 ] of Serial Killer Torturers sorted by Confirmed Victims
  • #27 of 250[ Page 2 ] of Serial Killer Stranglers sorted by Confirmed Victims
  • #35 of 307[ Page 3 ] of Serial Killer Rapist sorted by Confirmed Victims
  • #63 of 651[ Page 5 ] of serial killers sorted by Confirmed Victims
  • #264 of 651[ Page 18 ] of serial killers sorted by Years Active
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Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar Alexis, who chose the monastery as his family church and often went on pilgrimage there and made lots of donations to it. Most of the monastery’s buildings date from this time. The monastery is heavily fortified with thick walls and six towers, the most impressive of which is the Krasny Tower which also serves as the eastern entrance. The monastery was closed in 1918 and only reopened in 1995. In 1998 Patriarch Alexius II took part in a service to return the relics of St Sabbas to the monastery. Today the monastery has the status of a stauropegic monastery, which is second in status to a lavra. In addition to being a working monastery, it also holds the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum.

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Located near the main entrance is the monastery's belfry which is perhaps the calling card of the monastery due to its uniqueness. It was built in the 1650s and the St Sergius of Radonezh’s Church was opened on the middle tier in the mid-17th century, although it was originally dedicated to the Trinity. The belfry's 35-tonne Great Bladgovestny Bell fell in 1941 and was only restored and returned in 2003. Attached to the belfry is a large refectory and the Transfiguration Church, both of which were built on the orders of Tsar Alexis in the 1650s.  

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To the left of the belfry is another, smaller, refectory which is attached to the Trinity Gate-Church, which was also constructed in the 1650s on the orders of Tsar Alexis who made it his own family church. The church is elaborately decorated with colourful trims and underneath the archway is a beautiful 19th century fresco.

Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is the oldest building in the monastery and among the oldest buildings in the Moscow Region. It was built between 1404 and 1405 during the lifetime of St Sabbas and using the funds of Prince Yury of Zvenigorod. The white-stone cathedral is a standard four-pillar design with a single golden dome. After the death of St Sabbas he was interred in the cathedral and a new altar dedicated to him was added.

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Under the reign of Tsar Alexis the cathedral was decorated with frescoes by Stepan Ryazanets, some of which remain today. Tsar Alexis also presented the cathedral with a five-tier iconostasis, the top row of icons have been preserved.

Tsaritsa's Chambers

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is located between the Tsaritsa's Chambers of the left and the Palace of Tsar Alexis on the right. The Tsaritsa's Chambers were built in the mid-17th century for the wife of Tsar Alexey - Tsaritsa Maria Ilinichna Miloskavskaya. The design of the building is influenced by the ancient Russian architectural style. Is prettier than the Tsar's chambers opposite, being red in colour with elaborately decorated window frames and entrance.

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At present the Tsaritsa's Chambers houses the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum. Among its displays is an accurate recreation of the interior of a noble lady's chambers including furniture, decorations and a decorated tiled oven, and an exhibition on the history of Zvenigorod and the monastery.

Palace of Tsar Alexis

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The Palace of Tsar Alexis was built in the 1650s and is now one of the best surviving examples of non-religious architecture of that era. It was built especially for Tsar Alexis who often visited the monastery on religious pilgrimages. Its most striking feature is its pretty row of nine chimney spouts which resemble towers.

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This 137-year old concept, revived by the 2013 America’s Cup and accelerated by limitless budgets and rapid innovation and technology, is propelling catamaran popularity into the general sailing community with spectacular speed.

Nathanael Herreshoff registered the first US patent for a catamaran design and introduced it to the sailing world in 1876. He raced his catamaran, Amaryllis, in the Centennial Regatta held on June 22, 1876, at the New York Yacht Club. Amaryllis changed from being a mere curiosity to being the outright winner of the Regatta and was described as “A Revolutionary Yacht.” Unfortunately, monohulls competitors protested the Amaryllis and she was disqualified from the race and catamarans were barred from organized racing. This decision stopped the further development of multihulls for decades.

Only in the1950’s did people like Woody Brown, the Prout brothers and James Wharram, to name but a few, start making strides in racing and crossing oceans in catamarans of various designs. In the twentieth century the catamaran inspired Hobie Alter to introduce the sailing catamarans to the masses with his highly successful Hobie 16, remaining in production with more than 100,000 made in the last three decades. The development of the modern catamaran, from simple ocean going catamarans such as the Polynesian double canoe, two logs bridged by planks, to some of the most impressive multihulls on the planet, such as the record breaking trimaran Hydroptere and the foiling catamarans that impressed the world at the latest America’s Cup, is meteoric.

This evolution has been unleashed with limitless budgets for innovative designs, building materials and technology. Tom Weaver the former CEO of an America’s Cup program comments in an article by Rob Almeida in gcaptain.com: “In the next 15 years, if you are not racing a cat, you will be racing “classic” boats.” This is becoming increasingly true for cruising catamarans also. People are getting over the prejudices of traditional problems with catamarans with advancement of technology and design. Nothing can beat the comfort, speed and safety of a well designed catamaran as a cruising yacht.

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    The Maine Cat was first looked upon as a bit of an oddity and rather impractical with its "open great room/cockpit" concept using only Isingass enclosures for protection. But in recent years, this pioneering design has been reinvented and perfected as manufacturers like Nautitech Catamaran, Gunboat, and Catana Catamaran embraced the concept ...

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    Rossinavi has revealed an all-aluminium Sea Cat 40 concept, the first catamaran proposed by the Italian superyacht builder. Featuring exterior and interior design by Fulvio de Simoni, the sub-500GT motor yacht has an overall length of 42.75m (140ft 3in) and a beam of 13.75m (45ft 1in), with a 100sqm saloon and dining area plus accommodation for ...

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    The concept catamaran design includes plenty of alfresco living a magnificent front terrace, an enormous flybridge with a Jacuzzi and mattresses or cockpit. The upper deck is the perfect place for a master suite with a breathtaking 360 window view giving plenty of natural light and direct access to the upper cockpit. The layout of the hulls can ...

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