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Royal Yacht International
+33 6 43 91 79 81
The world’s first trans-oceanic yacht and the biggest wave piercing catamaran ever built with all non-propulsion systems green. The designer of the boat is naval marine architect Albert Nazarov and his Thailand based Albatross Marine Design, who are known for their expertise in catamaran design. This 110 yacht offers un-precedented facilities and comfort, utilising all advantages of the catamaran platform. Being a luxury yacht of expedition style, she provides unlimited cruising opportunities for her owner. The design is 4-deck with large saloon and masters quarters on the main deck. The Flybridge is fitted with an outdoor seating area and steering station. INDEPENDENCE 110 features a swimming pool with a waterfall on the front deck and a hot tub on the guest deck. Unique to the Independence models is the huge transom hydraulic platform.The split platform allows each half to launch or retrieve jet skis, tender, sailing dinghy or any other watercraft independent of the other half.
INDEPENDENCE 110 will allow you to cross the Atlantic twice without refuelling. The high efficiency wave piercing hull allows the yacht to reach a cruising speed of 16 knots with only a total of 780 horsepower with an extremely low fuel consumption of only 88 litres per hour. All non-propulsion systems including high energy consumption items such as air conditioning, galley operation, all lighting, navigational equipment and more are handled by clean energy provided by solar panels. Enjoy a full nights’ sleep with air conditioning without the annoying rumble of a generator. With two electric engines it will have a minimum cruising speed of 14 knots – truly unique for an electrically-powered boat. Most electric boats regenerate power through solar panels but this limits their performance. The Floeth boat will have generators so that every 10-12 hours, running time at 14 knots, it will have two options: it can either stop for the night while the generators recharge the batteries, or it can switch over to two diesel-powered engines, whose main purpose will be for docking or extended cruising. Special attention was given to fuel efficiency, seaworthiness and a comfortable ride. With wave-piercing bows and high bridge deck clearance the yacht is capable to undertake serious voyages.
INDEPENDENCE 110 has accommodation for 6 guests in 3 large staterooms, with the master stateroom located on the main deck with large glass doors that open up to a private hot tub adjacent. Two additional guest cabins and pilothouse are located on the upper deck. The crew quarters, galley and engine rooms are on the lower deck.
-6 months to complete build for new Buyer with choice of interior layout design as well as exterior colour and choice of furniture & fabrics.
-Un-precedented facilities and comfort, utilising all advantages of the catamaran platform.
-High initial stability, higher freeboard and flotation, duplicate propulsion units
-Plenty of space with excellent accommodation on the deck/saloon/flybridge area
-Reduced hydrodynamic resistance and thus more speed or less power required
-Reduced vertical accelerations on the seaway
-Huge transom hydraulic platform