On a recent live broadcast on our YouTube channel, we did a short review of the announcement of this boat. Today we will talk in more detail about this unusual catamaran! Believe me, there is something to discuss. Meet the Martini 7.0 catamaran!
Briefly about Martini 7.0
This boat will be the brainchild of the American shipbuilding company Servo Yachts and the British studio Shuttleworth Design. With the help of an unusual design, the creators decided to deal with a common problem - seasickness.
The catamaran will be a Martini 7.0 built from carbon fiber with foam cores. An unusual combination, but according to the designers, it is very reliable. The length of the catamaran, by the way, will be 50 meters.
Martini 7.0 unusual float system
Four articulated mechanisms will be placed at each corner of the superstructure. The main building rises to a height of 3.5 meters in motion.
Speaking about the Martini 7.0, Servo Yachts founder David Halls said: “I believe we have found a way to solve motion sickness and greatly improve the sailing experience. So everyone can enjoy the journey on the ocean.”
The superstructure occupies the entire width of the two buildings. These two floats house the main engines and onboard systems.
Exterior and interior
The upper deck has an area of 430 square meters. There will also be a recreation area. There is a spa closer to the bow and sun loungers. Closer to the stern is an al fresco dining area.
Guests are accommodated on the main deck. The yacht assumes the presence of 10 guests. In addition, the master cabin will be large - the entire width of the yacht. It will include a separate office and gym.
The guest cabins will be equipped with separate bathrooms and located in the aft part. The lower deck will house crew quarters, a galley and diving equipment. In addition, there will be a compartment for a 6.5-meter dinghy.
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