Australian-based shipbuilder Echo Yachts collaborates with designer Sam Sorgiovanni and One2three Naval Architects to create a 393-foot Trimaran concept. One of the world’s largest trimaran concept will boast un advanced modern style, innovative interior layout, multihull platform and outstanding performance.
Designed to turn heads, the 393-foot Trimaran Concept will be easily recognizable thanks to its elongated bow and wave-like curvaceous windows. As stunning as the exterior, the interior of the yacht will be defined by a rotating master stateroom, separate outdoor area for the owner with private swimming pool, gym, spa and an outdoor dining area for up to 26 guests.
Among the key amenities of Echo Yachts’ 393-foot Trimaran Concept are the duo of helicopter decks with a touch-and-go helipad on the foredeck and a second helipad on the sundeck. Communal entertaining spaces include an indoor cinema, swimming pool with counter-flow current, Jacuzzi, gym and spa. There will be a generous amount of space offered for the owner’s toys and tenders in a large garage located in the foredeck, that can be accessed via two gull-wing style doors. The crew quarters allow for a staff of up to 40.
Echo Yachts will outfit the superyacht with at-speed ride control and at-anchor gyro stabilisers in the outer hulls to reduce the noise and vibration levels on-board. The trimaran will be powered with a hybrid propulsion system, which will allow a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 5,000 nm. Her multihull platform will provide ocean going capabilities.