VisionF 101 motor catamaran hull turned

Turkish VisionF Yachts goes on with the construction of the VisionF 101 aluminium supercatamaran
Jan 25 2024 2 minutes to read
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VisionF 101

Turkish VisionF Yachts goes on with the construction of the VisionF 101 aluminium supercatamaran 

The aluminium hull of the 30.7 m catamaran has been turned and transferred to the yard’s outfitting facility for her assembly and interior production.

VisionF 101
VisionF 101

The shipyard describes the vessel as an ‘ultramodern catamaran’ that will not only be super eco-friendly and seaworthy, but offer a fundamentally new approach to spaces and living on board. 

The exterior and naval architecture of the VisionF 101 were developed by the shipyard’s in-house team. It has not been revealed, who designed her interiors yet. 

Five cabins on the lower deck can accommodate up to 12 guests. The master stateroom has a spacious bathroom with two sinks, a dressing room and ample storage space. Among the highlights of the catamaran one can mention the 55 sq.m saloon on the main deck, a huge flybridge, two lateral-opening balconies, a pool on the foredeck and open areas with sofas and sun loungers. It is also clear from the initial renderings that the catamaran will be equipped with a number of solar panels on the hardtop to collect solar energy. 

VisionF 101
VisionF 101

Quadruple Volvo Penta engines can accelerate the supercatamaran to a top speed of 14 knots, while the cruising range will be two knots lower. 

The VisionF 101 is scheduled to launch in 2024.

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