115' Power Catamaran Concept


JFA Yachts & PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB are presenting a 115' power catamaran which measures 35m long and 14.5m wide. Both partners have developed this project in order to answer new trends on the design market but also in the design in general.

Thanks to its experience on multihull market, JFA Yachts would like to present a power catamaran definitely innovative. Compared to conventional monohull motor yachts, catamarans offers large areas (inside and outside) with a high stability (no need of stabilizers), low draft and fuel efficiency.

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So, PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB created a power catamaran project with a sportive look dedicated to exploration and remote destinations. This boat proposes large glass area including a sky dome on the upper deck, large glass on sides on main deck with wide glass aft. Aft deck is wide and clear and proposes an easy and safe access to sea. A wide 6.5m tender specifically developed for this project, would fit perfectly aft in a sheltered area between 2 hulls

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This project is still a concept up to now and specifications can be developped quickly upon client's request.


Peugeot Design Lab is a Global Brand Design studio. The strength of a brand is not just measured by its products; everything that a client sees plays a defining role in the perception of the brands image. Peugeot Design Lab specializes in developing global brand & product experiences. With over 200 years of industrial experience and 120 years of automotive innovation, Peugeot Design Lab's experience and know-how is available to other brands. The technical and design ressources of the 3 Peugeot Design studios in Paris, Shanghai & Sao Paolo gives them the capability to develop the most complex or simple products anywhere in the world.




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