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News: 84M "White Rabbit" Launched By Echo Yachts

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  1. Echo Yachts Launches 84-meter "White Rabbit"
    The largest trimaran superyacht in the world has been launched in Australia over the weekend. She is called "White Rabbit" and also holds the title as largest aluminum trimaran hulled superyacht as well as largest yacht built in Australia. The yacht has been designed inside and out by Sorgiovanni Designs. Principle dimensions include a length of 84-meters and an astounding beam of 19.6-meters.
  2. While the design is the work of Sorgiovanni Design the Naval Architecture is that of One2Three studio. The owner is no stranger to multihull superyachts. In fact their previous yacht also called White Rabbit is a tri-hull also however, considerably smaller. The owner also built a catamaran hull shadow/expedition vessel called "Charley" which will shadow the new White Rabbit. Unlike the aluminium mother ship, the 51-meter Charley was built in fiberglass to be able to host many toys for the owner including a 12-meter catamaran and an assortment of 11 units of watercraft. The shadow vessel is also equipped with a helipad.
  3. Back to White Rabbit, onboard she will be catering to up to twelve guests who will lavish in the vessel's spacious interiors. With a beam of nearly 65-feet there is plenty of volume from the main deck level and above. Three decks do exist above the lower deck level to take advantage of the wide beam. Nearly 3,000 GT of interior volume is on offer aboard White Rabbit. This yacht should have been completed back in 2017 but fell behind the timeline but now she is launched, preparation for sea trials and delivery will be underway.

    For more information:

    Echo Yachts
    49 Clarence Beach Road
    Henderson, WA 6166, Australia
    www.echoyachts.com.au

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