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33 m • PCYC 110 Eco

33 m • PCYC 110 Eco

Involved in the design of innovative racing multihulls since 1980 and, since 2001, in the brokerage of luxury catamarans, yachts and motoryachts, sailor Marc Pajot, Olympic medallist, winner of the 1982 Route du Rhum and twice semi-finalist in the America’s Cup, is presenting a radically innovative superyacht catamaran project.

At the heart of the concept is the development of a high-performance sailplan to achieve high cruising speeds, while being easy and safe to handle. The square-topped mainsail of only 181 m² (1,948 sq ft) is narrow and efficient. The absence of a boom allows very simple and safe trimming, especially for gybing. It is also safe to hoist and to stow. It is simply flaked on deck, into a compartment on the flybridge, using a system of batten cars.


A new design has been created for the very long sugarscoops, which can be transformed into private terraces or beach club space according to your desires. Together with the hydraulic platform in its lowered position, the sugarscoop form a huge bathing platformnever before seen on a catamaran of this size and which can house a Williams 625 tender. A counter-current swimming pool gives its vocation as a superyacht.


Designer :                    Marc Pajot

Shipyard :                    To be defined


Status :                        Conceptual design

Length :                       33,50 m (110 ft)

Beam :                         14,25 m (46,7 ft)

Gross tonnage :          Below 500 GT

Number of guests :   12

Price :                          On request

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