New Incat Crowther 24m catmaran Project Elysium to be built

Written by Kayla Dowling

Incat Crowther has revealed the details of its latest design, the 24-metre catamaran yacht Project Elysium, which has been contracted for construction. The catamaran is expected to be delivered to her owner in 2023.24 m Project Elysium exterior design The project was conceived by Incat Crowther in close collaboration with the client. She has been designed completely in-house by Incat Crowther, who will complete her naval architecture, exterior and interior designs.24 m Project Elysium  interior design The project briefing required that the yacht should be conducive to socialising. Her galley and main indoor dining area, which seats six people, are adjacent to her aft deck, which is complete with an al fresco dining space for up to eight guests, a barbecue area and multiple fridges.24 m Project Elysium  interior design 24 m Project Elysium exterior design One of Project Elysium’s most notable features is her full-beam indoor saloon, which offers panoramic views. Designed for tropical climates, the catamaran is outfitted with a multi-zone air conditioning system throughout. Project Elysium can accommodate her guests across a main deck master suite and four guest staterooms.24 m Project Elysium  interior design 24 m Project Elysium interior design The project is complete with plenty of deck space, including a spacious beach club with a lifting swim platform, which doubles as a fishing area, located to her aft. Project Elysium can host two tenders on her upper deck. Here, she offers a wheelhouse lounge capable of hosting up to five people and three helm chairs. The captain’s quarters and a day head are situated to her stern.24 m Project Elysium exterior design Project Elysium sports an aluminium hull and a composite superstructure. She will sport twin Scania DI-16, which will allow her to cruise at 21 knots and reach a top speed of 29 knots.24 m Project Elysium exterior design

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