YACHT STYLE Issue 65 out now
YACHT STYLE’s ‘Multihulls Issue 2022’ includes the latest developments in power and sailing catamarans and trimarans, reviews of new models by Sunreef, Leopard, Bali, Sunseeker, Beneteau, Dufour and Nimbus, Southeast Asia’s first Princess X95 and an interview with Silent-Yachts founder and CEO Michael Kohler.
YACHT STYLE has released Issue 65, the annual ‘Multihulls Issue’ and the third edition of 2022. The cover features hull one of the 100 Sunreef Power, which is among seven Reviews of new models.
Hull one of the 100 Sunreef Power
The first section of our multihulls cover story focuses on powercat models, which continue to increase both in variety and size, while the market’s growing popularity mean monohull builders are now getting in on the action.
Fountaine Pajot’s new Aura 51
The sailing chapter focuses on the new Fountaine Pajot Aura 51 and Lagoon 51, which are spearheading a move by the global catamaran giants into a new era of sustainability, while Sunreef has launched the first two models in its ‘solar-skinned’ Eco range.
Rossinavi Sea Cat 40
There are also chapters on Multihull Solutions’ offerings and developments, and an overview of other exciting catamaran builds and designs.
Leopard 46 Powercat
As well as the 100 Sunreef Power, other catamarans covered in the Review section include the Leopard 46 Powercat. After a world premiere at Miami in February and a European premiere at the International Multihull Show in late April, the Leopard 46 Powercat will soon be in Asia, with a unit for Hong Kong to be followed by two hulls for Southeast Asia.
The Bali 4.4 is another multihull review from this super-active French shipyard. Designed by Catana Group boss Olivier Poncin with an interior by Lasta Design Studio, the new 4.4 fills out the French builder’s modern series of sailing catamarans.
Sunseeker 65 Sport Yacht
Sunseeker’s new 65 Sport Yacht is among motor yacht Reviews and one of the British builder’s most exciting launches of the last couple of years. It can appear like most yachts in its category, at least until you climb into the SkyHelm™ racing seats.
Beneteau Gran Turismo 45
Beneteau’s new Gran Turismo 45 premiered at Cannes last year and a unit is already in Asia through Simpson Marine. Sleek, sporty and seriously versatile, Beneteau’s new express cruiser flagship offering a range of flexible features designed to improve life at anchor.
Nimbus T11 in Hong Kong
The powerful, two-cabin Nimbus T11 from Sweden is another recent arrival in Hong Kong, through regional dealer Asiamarine, and is most notable for its remarkably flexible sunbathing and seating areas.
Reviews also include the Dufour 61, one of the most significant new production sailing yachts. The French builder’s new flagship instils confidence and won Best Large Monohull 50ft and Above category in this year’s SAIL Best Boats awards.
Southeast Asia’s first Princess X95
The first Princess X95 for Southeast Asia has been delivered to her owner. Vrit Yongsakul of dealer Boat Lagoon Yachting talks about the new arrival in Phuket and reveals more X Class units are on their way.
Michael Köhler of Silent-Yachts
In Leader, the spotlight is on Michael Köhler, Silent-Yachts founder and CEO, who has pioneered the use of solar power in yachting for over a decade and is now looking to share his expertise and technology.
Carmen Lau of Camper & Nicholsons
There are also Columns by Carmen Lau of Camper & Nicholsons, YP Loke of Global Marine Business Advisors and insurance specialist Colin Dawson. Enjoy the issue and feel free to browse YACHT STYLE’s various platforms, as listed below: • Print (subscribe) • Website • Magzter • Instagram • Instagram (Charter) • Luxuo.com • LinkedIn • Facebook • YouTube www.yachtstyle.co