Pajot Custom Yachts Reveals 33.6 Metre Catamaran 110 Yacht Concept
by Miranda Blazeby
Pajot Custom Yachts has revealed an eco catamaran sailing yacht concept named the Catamaran 110.
The 33.6 metre multihull sailing yacht is designed to will all the “functions and attributes of a superyacht,” according to designer Marc Pajot.
The hulls and bridge deck will be built in aluminium paired with a composite superstructure.
Low drag catamaran hulls are combined with simple sail handling for good sea keeping and easy handling with minimum crew.
The 14.12 metre beam meanwhile provides an interior living area of more than 200 square metres as well as plenty of outdoor entertainment areas, including more than 200 square metres of dining and relaxation areas forward and aft of the flybridge.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 12 guests, comprising two aft VIP cabins with private exterior access and a panoramic 22 square metre master cabin on the main deck, also with private outdoor access.
Crew accommodation is for a staff of four, alongside a spacious galley and manoeuvring areas separate from the guests.
Elsewhere, the catamaran features a Jacuzzi on the main deck forward and counter current swimming pool aft, as well as storage for a Williams 625 tender.