Mani Frers unveils 46m trimaran superyacht concept

Mani Frers has released images of its futuristic new superyacht project
Mani Frers has released images of its futuristic new superyacht project

The styling of the next generation of superyachts is changing, well it is if Mani Frers has anything to do with it! The Italian yacht designer has unveiled its 46.7-metre (153-foot) trimaran superyacht concept ahead of its build at the McConaghy shipyard.

Work is well underway on the superyacht project, which is listed for sale with Camper and Nicholsons, as its pre-engineering, interior design and tank testing is already complete.

The yacht’s key features will comprise vast exterior space allowing for al fresco living, with a full 11.25-metre beam aft deck, including a Jacuzzi, bar and sun loungers. The project also consists of a transom beach club, which can be extended by opening the tender garage, and space for additional yacht tenders and toys.

Design Unlimited is in charge of the interior styling of the yacht, which can be customised and adapted to meet the requirements of the owner.

The yacht will be able to accommodate up to eight guests across four en suite cabins and there is also space for up to four crew members.

The trimaran yacht will have a range of 4000 nautical miles, with a top speed of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.

The superyacht concept is currently listed with a cool asking price of $26,500,000.

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