Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the launch of Zenith, a 40m Catamaran Motor Yacht constructed by Sabre Catamarans in Western Australia.
The vessel is a result of a collaborative process whereby all partners brought their best ideas to the table. Incat Crowther performed naval architecture and engineering work on the vessel, whilst exterior design was supported by Waterline Design, who also designed the opulent interior.
Incat Crowther worked closely with the designer to interpret the aesthetic features of the vessel and resolve the designer’s vision into workable, buildable structure.
Zenith’s structure is all aluminium, and has been finished to a very high standard. All fittings and systems are of the highest grade, and the outfitting second to none.
Guests will board the vessel via gates to starboard, which feed into a lavish foyer amidships. Aft of the foyer is an expansive main deck saloon and dining area, adjacent to a commercial kitchen. Forward on the main deck are three large guest cabins, each featuring en suites, lounges and robes. A gymnasium is also situated forward.
The mid deck features an additional guest cabin and the captain’s suite. The immaculately appointed bridge has an elevated guest lounge and access to the external bridge wings and forward outdoor lounge. The aft end of the mid deck is dedicated to a luxurious owner’s suite with lounge, walk-in robe and desk. The owner’s suite has direct access to a private aft deck with day bed.
The sun deck features day beds, bar and barbecue. Tender storage and a crane are situated aft on this deck.
Below decks, Zenith’s crew members are well accommodated with a total of three cabins with en suites, laundry, crew galley and mess.
Zenith is powered by a pair of MTU 12V4000 engines and cruises at 20 knots, with her efficient hullform giving a range in excess of 3500nm.
Zenith is in Survey to Lloyds Register, under a Cayman Islands flag.
Zenith is an excellent example of Incat Crowther’s experience and expertise being involved in a collaborative process.
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