After four years of planning and construction, the world’s largest carbon hybrid composite power catamaran is now ready to sail the seas. The Curvelle Quaranta motor yacht is a 33-meter (about 108-foot) vessel with four decks and a highly efficient hull design that helps lower power and fuel needs. It can reach speeds of up to 25 knots, the cruising speed being 22 knots, and it flaunts a transatlantic range.
One of its best features is its design flexibility, meaning that the yacht can be customized to meet its owner’s needs and preferences. The guest cabins are situated on the main deck and even though they are currently six large double cabins, they can be easily transformed into six twins, three VIP rooms, or a combination of all these.
Deck spaces are also customizable, further emphasizing the vessel’s versatility. Interestingly though, the price of this remarkable yacht is much lower than you might expect. You can either have it all for yourself at about $12,700,000 (which is already about half the average price of monohull yachts of this size and performance), or co-own it together with six other people, and pay only about $1,880,000 for it.