British company Vantage Catamarans - comprised of the Nigel Irens Design and Christophe Chedal Anglay teams - has recently revealed their latest unique catamaran design. Measuring 27.91 metres, she has been designed for a British owner who intends to use the vessel to reach some of the world’s most remote locations, where he will use a motorbike to explore new areas.
To ensure this dream is realised, she will host an expansive toy locker specifically commissioned for her owner. The locker is capable of housing two motorbikes, and can also be utilised for toys and tenders. Furthermore, an alternative function for the space as an additional cabin is also offered.
Just some of her most attractive characteristics include the assurance of conformity to the MCA code for small craft engaged in commercial operations, allowing her to be offered for charter. She accommodates up to eight guests in total, as well as a crew of four.
“The Vantage 86 is unique in its intention and form, designed to break the mould of what a modern cruising catamaran represents,” says Phil Scott, managing director of Vantage Catamarans. “It is designed to perform, and combine a racing pedigree with the comfort of a stable charter yacht. Its goal is ‘adventure’. It will provide the most adventurous way of exploring the ocean and its secrets.”