With its 44 meters length, it’s currently the largest sailing catamaran in the world.  Its name is Hemisphere, it was built by Pendennis Shipyard (UK) and designed by French naval architects and multihull specialists Peteghem Lauriot Prévost.

What impresses about Hemisphere is not just its size, which makes it look like a two-engine majestic cruising mansion, but also the unquestionable excellence of every small detail. 

The vessel perfectly balances private and public spaces, comfortably accommodating up to 12 luxury charter guests and a 10-strong crew. The interior decor of the Spa pool on the flying bridge, the 100 sq mt hall with its spectacular 360 degrees view on the Ocean (or maybe the Mediterranean), the cinema and everything other space on the catamaran features fifteen types of stone and 18 different leathers, but also a range of precious finishes that includes walnut soles, brushed oak and wengé.

Hemisphere can be chartered through British yacht brokerage firm Burgess

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