renderings of custom catamaran eight years under construction

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Custom 33m catamaran eight years in the making looking for new owner

22 March 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

German yard Hage & Knapp's custom, 32.7-metre catamaran is ready to resume construction following extended delays due to the global pandemic. 

The project comes from the drawing boards of Bosgraaf Yacht Design and is currently available for sale with Denison Yachting.

The catamaran was commissioned by a "knowledgable sailor" who wished to circumnavigate the world and explore the north and south polar regions with his family. Construction began in Mannheim, Germany in 2016 and in 2017, the main engines, generators, bow thruster and additional engineering components were installed.

Works slowed after this point and were later halted completely by the global pandemic.

The hull has been built to DNV Classification

"The client has decided it is best to sell the project now, so a new owner can work with the current design team, or bring in a new design team, to complete the project to their preferences," said the broker.

Accommodation is across a four to five cabin layout, including the option of a forward master cabin. Interiors are completely customisable at this point in the build, with the yacht's "expansive interior volume" allowing for large guest and crew areas, as well as ample storage.

The catamaran is designed with a 269-square-metre mainsail

Potential buyers would have the option to launch the catamaran now and have it delivered to a shipyard of their choice.

The project is currently asking €2,450,000.

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