French-based shipyard Blue Coast Yachts unveils the 60-meter Power Trimaran

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 23, 2016

The French have come to be known as some of the fanciest people in the face of this planet. Call it stereotypical but we’ve seen how these people have valued style, aesthetics and their love for art. Almost anything and everything French is as impressive as can be so it’s not a surprise that Blue Coast Yachts, a France-based shipyard, was able to pull off an equally sophisticated trimaran.

For those not familiar with ship and sailing terms, a trimaran is a multihull boat or yacht that is made up of a main hull with two smaller outrigger hulls (called floats) attached to it via a set of lateral beams. These yachts are most commonly used for recreational purposes as well as racing, and quite a few of them as ferries and warships. Recently, Blue Coast Yachts showed the world their latest project – a 60-meter Power Trimaran. Photos of the yacht have been posted on BCY’s official website and it looks absolutely stunning.

The yacht was designed by Coste Design & Partners and shows off a dazzling combination of luxurious interior architecture and a touch of elegance on its exterior styling. The designer used new concepts that are now common on technologically advanced yachts, adding an extra sliver of sophistication on the vessel and stamping the brand in the international luxury market.

The trimaran can accommodate up to 12 people, some 8 to 12 guests plus 4 to 7 crew members. Everyone is entitled to privacy with the owner’s suite having the best view – on the main deck. The owner’s cabin is quite spacious especially considering that it has its own spacious bathroom and even room for expensive walk-in wardrobes. Below deck, the space has been optimized to be able to accommodate up to five additional staterooms without cramping up space.

The BCY 60-meter Power Trimaran assures its passengers the most comfort while sailing the vast seas and even when docking in some of the most beautiful ports of the world. It was designed to be of unparalleled sea-worthiness even through rough sailing conditions.

What’s more amazing about this trimaran is the fact that it is run by electric motors integrated into the outriggers for noiseless navigation and lower fuel consumption. The two fully electric motors give at most 6 hours of battery power to the vessel and can be continuously powered by generators for low noise and longer ranged operations.

The 60-meter Power Trimaran can navigate to as much as 30 knots top speed thanks to its efficient naval architecture, weight reduction and state of the art building technology. Now a “Carbon Edition” will also be offered by the French shipyard – the “most extreme evolution” of the 60-meter trimaran. It offers faster, lighter, lower fuel consumption and some high technology build that is the top of its kind.

Blue Coast Yachts have always valued excellence and unmatched dedication to venture into the unknown and break barriers of future breakthroughs. They have been one of the best catamaran builders, setting benchmarks for those who are brave enough to compete with them. Their newest project, the 60-meter Power Trimaran, shows potential as well as consistency with the belief of the organization in the “power of creativity and innovation” and the “tireless pursuit of perfection”. Blue Coast Yachts have been in the forefront of the shipyard industry and will continue to do its best to develop their craft to perfection.

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