Rode: the long-awaited trimaran White Rabbit delivered to the owner

Builder Echo Yachts 31 October finally gave the biggest trimaran in the world to its owner. Next week, the 84-foot White Rabbit will go to Singapore. It is reported by Boat International.

Mnogokolesny was first presented at a special event held by the Australian shipyard in August. The presentation took place within the walls of a production facility, Echo Yachts in Henderson. Evening dedicated to the new product, accompanied by speeches of VIP-persons, a demonstration video on the construction of superyachts, as well as a sound and light show.

Guests even had the opportunity to go on Board the “White Rabbit”. The event was attended by the owner with the family.

The timing of the transfer – the buyer turned out to be shifted for a year. He was finally ready September 1, 2018.

Then he was off to sea trials off the coast of Western Australia.

Design White Rabbit is from the pen of Sam Sorgiovanni (Sam Sorgiovanni), and for the naval architecture was the responsibility of the office One2Three.

“I feel a huge sense of pride watching the launching of the White Rabbit. Not so much because of the time spent on the creation of the boat, how many on the basis of history and the fact that I started my career here with so many people involved in this project,” says Sam Sorgiovanni.

The boat offers huge internal space can accommodate 24 guests.

White Rabbit — the biggest superyacht ever built in Australia.

Echo Yachts Director Mark Stothard
(Mark Stothard) noted that he was “very proud” for “White Rabbit”, describing the boat as a project, “for which many other boat builders would be afraid to take on”.

“We are very grateful to our client for what he pushed us to go in this direction, supported us. In the end, the boat turned out really world class and this is the merit of all project participants”, — said Stothard.

By the way, the owner of the yacht — a great connoisseur it trimarans. So, while he had previously acquired a 51-meter mnogokolesny of Henderson, which will now be used as a support vessel for the 84-foot White Rabbit. Younger brother “the White Rabbit”, named Charley, was built from fiberglass and with the use of state of the art method of vacuum infusion. The development of led, the designers of LOMOcean from New Zealand.

Himself 84-foot White Rabbit is a larger version of the 61-metre White Rabbit Echo, born in 2005.

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