Yacht design renderings have been released for a new, eco-conscious catamaran called the CYNTHESIS 180. Designed by Alexandre Thiriat and Christian Leyk of Coquine Design, the new catamaran is 58.3-metres in length and a 17-meter beam, promising lots of interior and exterior yacht space for her new future owner. A shallow draft of 2.3 meters will allow the yacht to enter shallower waters, such as in the Bahamas.
Customized Guest and Owner Spaces
The duo is working alongside a notable German shipyard and with input from several yacht professionals. With approximately 600 GT of interior volume, she will accommodate up to 12 guests, flexibly, with a completely customizable interior plan that offers multiple stateroom configurations. Her owner’s suite with a private terrace and pool and VIP double height staterooms will offer fold-out balconies to bring the outside, in. The superyacht will also boast a huge double height lounge which can only be found on 80m+ monohull yachts.
Of the new yacht concept, Thiriat says, “Cynthesis as its name says, is a Catamaran SYNTHESIS, a compilation of 25 years of experience and input from an astonishing number of yacht professionals, and friends. A pandora’s box for the best to come and for a fantastic yachting experience, proudly facing the future and the eco-challenges to come. It starts with a “how”, and we brought all the ideas, crazy or not, together harmoniously.”
Built for Entertainment and Fun
Her exterior yacht decks are vast, and offer two pools plus a Jacuzzi, as well as a large forward helipad. The large yacht offers multiple areas on which to socialize and entertain, including a large dining area aft on the bridge deck overlooking the infinity pool below.
Built of Recyclable Materials
Built of recyclable materials such as steel and aluminum, the superyacht will be fitted out with Tier3 Hybrid or hydrogen generators and solar technology to accommodate a reduced footprint to offer vibrationless and a guilty free yachting experience; she is expected to offer a nautical mile-range of 5,000 while traveling at 8 knots.