Designed by Mani Frers for construction at the McConaghy shipyard, the concept for this 46m trimaran has been significantly developed. With the pre-engineering phase, interior design and comprehensive tank testing completed, the Frers design is ready to commence construction and offers the buyer a greatly reduced build period.
Engineered to meet DNV commercial class for trans-oceanic use, and capable of economical long range cruising without compromising on speed, this stealthy-looking superyacht presents a new benchmark in multihull design.
The design of the Frers Trimaran offers huge exterior space with the aft deck spanning the full beam of the hulls. This area is dedicated to al fresco living and features a Jacuzzi pool, a bar, sun loungers and plenty of relaxed seating. From here, steps lead down the transom on either side to a beach club platform. The tender garage, situated within the transom, can then be opened up and converted to further enhance this space as a recreational area. Side garages port and starboard can house additional water toys, with ample space for another tender or a pair of jet skis.
The multifunctional accommodation is for eight guests, in four spacious en suite cabins. The master suite is on the top deck, offering elevated views and a private owner's deck aft, accessed through glass sliding doors. The remaining guest suites are all situated on the lower deck. The interior design, by Design Unlimited, can be adapted and customised to suit an owner's requirements.
On the upper deck, a helipad has been incorporated - an unusual feature for a yacht of this size.
The McConaghy yard are internationally recognised for their build expertise in high tech racing and performance yachts. This collaboration between McConaghy and Frers offers an impressive build and design pedigree and, when built, a truly unique superyacht.