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Cool for cats: 10 of the best multihull superyachts

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Quaranta

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Flexibility is the key word that informed the design of the 33.7 metre Quaranta. Launched at Turkish yard Logos Marine in 2013, this catamaran superyacht features the kind of interior volume more commonly associated with a 40 metre yacht. All six guest suites are located on the main deck and the absence of structural bulkheads means that they can easily be reconfigured — a very useful feature, since Quaranta is currently available for charter. This innovative system helped Quaranta to win the catamaran award at the 2014 World Superyacht Awards.

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Rogue

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This 27.43 metre catamaran was first launched in 2004 as a fishing vessel, before being refitted in 2015 by Ocean Voyager and relaunched under the name Rogue. Ideal for long cruises, she boasts a maximum range of 7,000 nautical miles at 12 knots, while the eight-ton deck crane means that all manner of superyacht water toys can be stored aboard.

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Spirit

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One of the most remarkable yachts to be sold this year, Spirit is a 35 metre New Zealand Yachts powercat that boasts Ken Freivokh interiors and naval architecture by Bakewell-White Design.

A perfect example of how catamarans can help to maximise the living space available, Spirit has the interior volume you might expect from a 45 metre monohull. Her unconventional looks will make her stand out from the crowd in her new home of Australia, but Spirit is just one of many striking multihull superyachts to have hit the water in recent years.

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