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Incat Crowther's 24m Project Elysium due for 2023 delivery

18 May 2021• Written by Miranda Blazeby

Catamaran builder Incat Crowther, the yard behind the 66m support vessel Hodor, has revealed a custom-designed 24m catamaran project named Project Elysium.

Due for delivery in 2023, Project Elysium was designed completely in-house to meet the client’s “multi-faceted project brief”.

Built from aluminium hulls and a composite superstructure, Project Elysium will have a shallow draft of 1.76 metres.

Key features include spacious outdoor areas, including a barbecue area aft of the main deck, a full beam saloon and a lifting swim platform, which can also serve as a fishing deck, for easy access to the water.

The upper deck includes the wheelhouse and a lounge large enough to seat five people, as well as storage for two tenders of 5.6m and 3.6m.

Accommodation comprises a main deck master and four further cabins in the hulls. The captain’s cabin sits on the wheelhouse deck.

Power will come from twin 1150hp Scania D1-16 engines for a top speed of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 21 knots.