Ego Superyacht Catamaran

The designer, Mauro Giamboi, calls it a less formal form of yachting. Whatever your take, a trip aboard the Ego Superyacht Catamaran would certainly be enjoyable. This concept vessel measures 36m long, with three decks and a beam of 12.8m. The two master passenger cabins offer loft-style layouts meant to attract a more contemporary clientele, while two more guest cabins lie in the portside hull. The starboard hull houses up to six crew, and the full-beam salon has plenty of space for social activities.

  • Frauscher 740 Mirage Electric Boat

    Have fun on the water without harming the environment aboard the Frauscher 740 Mirage Electric Boat. Powered by a 60kW engine, the 24.5-foot-long vessel offers plenty enough muscle for enjoyable cruising. There's a large bathing platform at the stern, an L-shaped seating area to the left of the driver, and a retractable ladder for easy entry and exit from the water. With options like a Bluetooth audio system, under-seat chiller drawer, and a bimini top, it's surprisingly capable, yet undeniably minimal.

  • Solar Dream Catamaran

    With 360 square meters of solar cells and a hybrid propulsion system, the Solar Dream Catamaran is an eco-friendly aquatic conveyance. It measures 42 meters from stern to bow, with a maximum speed of 22 knots and 580 square meters of interior space, including room for up to eight guests, four crew members, and the captain. A mixture of composites and carbon fiber is used to craft its sleek design, and the height adjustable mast makes it easy to navigate under bridges.

    Photos: Dennis Ingemansson

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