Porche-designed Futuristic 135-Foot Superyacht Hits the Market

A decade in the making, yachters can look forward to the new Porche-designed superyacht “Royal Falcon One” described as a spaceship on the water that hit the market recently.

Developed by Singapore-based firm Royal Falcon Fleet, built by Sweden-based Kockums shipyard, and designed by Studio F.A. Porche, the futuristic 135-foot catamaran was built over 10 years. The final product is now listed with Camper & Nicholsons, and the price is available on application only.

The sleek, aluminium vessel has spacious living and dining areas, and a lavish master suite with a private balcony. The palatial master suite is donned with windows that provide maximum light and panoramic ocean views. The boat can accommodate 10 guests over five guest rooms. The multi-hull and wide beam design offer a plush feeling throughout several decks. The two outer hulls contain the cabins for the ship’s 10-person crew.

It also features luxury amenities like an onboard bar in the main saloon and a Jacuzzi on the top sun deck and tender (smaller service boat) hidden in the stern, and there is a crane for its deployment and recovery.

The opulent interior has shades of whites, greys, and blacks for a dramatic look. Yachters can also admire the smooth, curving lines resembling the Porsche design aesthetic in the 911 and its automotive counterparts.

The superyacht has two MTU 2300-hp diesel engines capable of maintaining a cruising speed of 15 knots (17.3 mph) and achieving a maximum speed of 35 knots (40.3 mph). The craft has a beam of 41 feet, a draft of 6.5 feet, and a gross tonnage of 492. It was specifically designed for low fuel consumption.

Buyers now have a wonderful opportunity to purchase a gorgeous yacht with an immaculate design pedigree.


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