A €1,500,000 price drop has been announced on the 33.7-metre sailing catamaran Mousetrap, listed for sale with Ben Bartlett and Max Bulley of Y.CO.
Built by French yard JFA Yachts in 2012, the world's largest carbon-fibre cruising catamaran was designed by renowned naval architects VPLP with inspiration from the multihull racing world. Meanwhile, interior styling was handled by Swiss studio Cittolin Polli & Associés SA.
Designed for both comfort and performance, Mousetrap accommodates eight to nine guests in four cabins. The yacht also features multiple areas for socialising, including a spacious saloon, sheltered aft deck, sun deck and a Jacuzzi on the foredeck.
The broker pointed out: "With large volumes and a wide, open interior made possible by her carbon fibre superstructure, which removes the need for posts or bulkheads, she’s spacious enough to host all the family on board."
Benefits of a catamaran include increased stability and a low draught, enabling access to more remote anchorages and shallow waters nearer to the beach than monohulls with a deeper draught would be able to achieve. Mousetrap draws only 2.4 metres.
The 240GT sailing yacht for sale has proved herself as a capable seafaring vessel, having crossed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Mousetrap is now asking €22,500,000.