The World's Biggest Tri-Hulled Vessel Launched
Echo Yachts joined forces with Sam Sorgiovanni Studio to realize White Rabbit Golf, the world’s biggest tri-hulled vessel and the largest super yacht ever built in Australia. A truly all-star team of Australia’s finest industry players teamed up in this remarkable project.
Photo: One2three Naval Architects
One2three Naval Architects in Sydney came up with the perfect hull structure following meticulous research. White Rabbit Golf’s unique hull configuration allows for a 20 meter long beam, wide and expansive deck area and spacious interior making the 84 meter long aluminium vessel a pleasure to use by her 22 guests for any maritime adventures. This adventurous aspect is further emphasized by the fact that the configuration also allows for the inclusion of a 46 meter long fiberglass catamaran “shadow yacht” with jet tenders, a multi-purpose Pioner Multi boat, Hov Pod mini hovercraft and four Wave Runner jet skis with a separate 12m catamaran – equipped with state of the art navigation and 3D sonar systems for sea exploration.
The exterior styling and interior design is handled by Sam Sorgiovanni Designs. The result is reflecting the company's philosophy of technology integrated by architectural styling with a passion to realize the dreams and aspiration of their customers. The mirror finish all over the vessel alone took three years to realize, while the interior is fully customized – every little detail is meticulously chosen according to the wishes of the client. The interior styling reflects the finest of art deco design with gold overtones all around while the contrast created by the hand picked and custom made black onyx countertops in the owner’s and the guests’ cabins reflects the customer’s personal taste. The use of the finest precious materials, soft carpets and luxurious accessories ensure that the travellers of this unique vessel will have everything they crave for. The yacht interior images to come soon.
White Rabbit Golf has been built by over 300 hundreds of workers utilizing and conserving the vast know-how of old maritime specialists and crew members who were helping to reinvigorate Australia’s superyacht industry.
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