Trimonoran yacht concept Escalade 25 unveiled

Written by Naina Parasher

Yacht designer Baran Akalin has revealed a 25-metre trimonoran yacht concept called Escalade 25. The vessel sports a trimonoran hull which combines the qualities of a trimaran with a monohull hull and has been developed by the Dutch company Anwigema.Baran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Baran AkalinAccording to her designer, the trimonoran hull shape offers benefits including a speed increase of up to 30%, fuel savings to help ensure a long range, high stability for safe and comfortable sailing, generous deck spaces and less water resistance than traditional monohulls.Baran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Baran AkalinBaran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Baran AkalinHighlights on board Escalade 25 include a transom lid that can open and slide down to the water surface to transform into a swimming platform, a seating area at the stern on the main deck, a sunbathing area at the bow and additional large sunbathing areas located on both sides. The flybridge is home to a glass-bottomed jacuzzi with a staircase passing under it. In addition, her garage is designed to store a tender boat and two jet skis.Baran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Baran AkalinBaran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Celia SawyerThe interiors of Escalade 25 come from the drawing boards of British designer Celia Sawyer. Walking inside, her large saloon can be accessed through two different doors and offers a galley on the starboard side and a lounge area towards the pier, as well as a raised dining area and a giant cinema screen.Baran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Celia SawyerBaran Akalin design project Escalade 25Photo: Celia SawyerDesigned to accommodate eight guests in four cabins, she also sleeps a crew of 2. Powered by a hydraulic propulsion system, Escalade 25 would be expected to reach a speed of 42 knots.

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