Ultimate Catamarans has revealed its new “cutting edge” 45.6-metre support catamaran concept, named 150 YS.
Inspired by Ultimate Catamarans' Superyacht Spaceline 150 series, 150 YS was created in collaboration with senior naval architect Hans Koning and award-winning designer Laura Pomponi, founder of Luxury Projects Studio and Atelier.
The concept will be built entirely in aluminium and has been designed with masculine architectural lines and a colour proposal of white, silver and charcoal. It will also have the option to be equipped with 100 square metres of solar panels.
Accommodation will be for up to eight guests with different configurations available, so a buyer can choose between two VIPs or four standard-sized suites. 150 YS' interiors are conceived with floor-to-ceiling windows, a light, neutral colour palette and minimalist furniture. Integrated lighting contributes to the natural airiness of the space.
The main deck is envisioned with an impressive 400 square metres of storage capacity and a 36-square-metre multipurpose garage, to be used for additional toys or as a professional dive store. The catamaran is also equipped with a dedicated helicopter pad with a diameter of 13 metres.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Yacht Support Catamaran to the superyacht community," said Ultimate Catamarans sales director, Olaf Steckstor. "This exceptional catamaran represents the pinnacle of innovation, combining robust construction, ample storage, versatile accommodations, and advanced features like a helicopter pad. We believe it will revolutionize the superyacht support vessel industry, providing owners with an unparalleled level of comfort and convenience."
150 YS would be able to reach a top speed of 20 knots and have a considerable range of 5,000 nautical miles.
This news follows the release of Ultimate Catamarans' 29.5-metre concept Spaceline 100, available in a solar, power and hybrid version.