The catamaran was delivered by British yard Prout in 2013 and has been designed to be easy to handle as well as provide excellent comfort on the water. Her maiden voyage was in July 2013 when she sailed to the Bahamas.
Prout catamaran sailing yacht Picon sold
The well thought out design has five cabins which can offer accommodation for up to 14 guests. Her spacious owner’s cabin has a queen-size tapered bed complete with a sit down vanity set and a sofa for three. Further guests can enjoy the VIP cabin, two additional guest rooms and a four berth bunk cabin. She can also accommodate up to five crew.
Described by Northrop & Johnson as “the perfect sailing catamaran for families and friends” her contemporary interior offers a mixture of comfort and elegance.
Her deck spaces are equally impressive with her vast flybridge offering 360-degree views. She offers plenty of space for alfresco living with a large dining table and bar area, while her low-profile coach roof provides excellent protection in all weather conditions.
In early 2016 she had multiple upgrades to various instruments, domestic equipment and electrical equipment so she is ready for the next adventure with her new owners.
Picon was asking €3,150,000.