Simon Turner at Northrop and Johnson Asia today announced news of a brand new 37 metre power catamaran coming to the market and to be launched in March 2012.
"This is a very unique catamaran" commented Turner "She has been built using the very latest construction technology and the hull is superb. The yacht has great potential either privately owned or for the charter business. She has huge spaces throughout and will be extremely fuel efficient and with an excellent ride. This is the latest success in the fast developing yacht construction business in Thailand."
She has been designed with large family onwership in mind with extensive accommodation for both family, guests and crew (up to a possible maximum 32 guests). With a displacement hull she has a very long range and fuel consumption will hardly differ from slower speeds up to the maximum 25 knots +.
The hull and superstructure has been constructed using the very latest technology from High Modulus who inspected the construction at every stage. The yacht was built to DnV standard though was not necessary to be classed due to the owners requirements. The yacht has extensive redundancy in its main systems with key engineering being duplicated throughout provided great backup and independent secuiry while at sea.
There are enormous entertainment and outdoor areas giving the owners high flexibility in its usage. The massive deck spaces provide a perfect platform for long range cruising, large numbers of guests, fishing and diving and parties/functions.
The owner has already decided to construct a larger yacht and thus she is for sale. The yacht could easily be converted for charter or luxury dive use.
The yacht will be launched in March 2012 to undergo sea trials with verification by an independent surveyor. The yacht will then go on display at the Singapore Yacht Show at the end of April 2012.
Northrop & Johnson
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United states