Echo Yachts has unveiled its long-awaited 84-metre superyacht White Rabbit this week in Henderson, Western Australia where the shipyard is located. The vessel was presented for the first time inside White Rabbit’s build shed during a special preview event attended by VIP members, including the yacht’s owner and family, where four years of hard work and dedication was celebrated. Photo: Echo Yachts
Upon completion, White Rabbit will become the largest superyacht built in Australia and take the title as the largest tri-hulled private motor yacht in the world. Measuring 84 metres in length and stretching 19.6 metres across, White Rabbit’s internal volume is just shy of the 3,000 GT mark.
Design studio Sorgiovanni Design from Australia drew the project's iconic exterior lines while ALIA Interiors worked on the yacht’s interior design. One2Three Naval Architects developed White Rabbit’s underwater arrangement to ensure guests onboard experience the most comfortable ride out at sea. “We are confident that this unique Trimaran will produce outstanding performance and provide distinct benefits compared to other hull forms in terms of sheer guest space, plus sea keeping and fuel efficiency which we intend to prove during sea trials in the near future,” commented Echo Yachts Director, Mark Stothard. Photo: Echo Yachts
White Rabbit will be launched in early September and is expected to be handed over to her owner towards the end of the year.
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