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Echo Yachts’ 120m Trimaran project by Sorgiovanni Design

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Written by
Charl van Rooy

The Australian trio of Echo Yachts, designer Sam Sorgiovanni, and One2Three Naval Architectshave released a radical new design based on the shipyard's expertise in building large trimaran superyachts. Developed and engineered to be built as a modern-day superyacht, the new 120-metre design offers clients an incredible amount of interior spaces along with the inherent ocean going capabilities presented by such a stable multihull platform.

Some of the onboard highlights include a touch and go landing pad on the foredeck with an additional sundeck helipad, outdoor dining areas for up to 26 guests, and separate owner’s outdoor entertainment area with private pool. A large tender garage forward houses the yacht’s fleet of tenders.

At-speed and at-anchor gyro stabilisers will ensure a smooth ride no matter the conditions outside. A hybrid propulsion system will deliver a top speed of 20 knots and enable the yacht to reach a range of 5,000 nm.