Porsche-designed superyacht is finally out after nearly a decade in the making, and it has been described as “a spaceship on water.”
The Royal Falcon One is a spacecraft-looking superyacht with Porsche DNA, and it’s up for sale with “low engine miles,” according to the brokerage firm Camper & Nicholsons.
Developed by Singapore-based firm Royal Falcon Fleet and designed by Studio F.A. Porsche, it is designed in the style of a catamaran, with two parallel hulls.
Royal Falcon One, can accommodate up to 10 guests. It features twin 4,600 horsepower diesel engines and twin Rolls-Royce KaMeWa waterjets, which offer an estimated speed of 35 knots and a range of around 3,200 kilometers with low fuel consumption.
“The idea was to create the equivalent square footage of a 210 foot monohull yacht with a length of 135 feet,” according to Studio F.A. Porsche, formerly the Porsche Design Studio.
“The exterior was to represent speed and dynamics in a new and different way. The two hulls create a completely different stance impression, almost resembling the track of a sports car.”
Inside, there are four spacious guest cabins and a large master with its own private deck, a sun deck, with a Jacuzzi and bar, an observation lounge and a tender garage.
Developed to “create an impression of functional luxury,” Royal Falcon One’s modern interior features a lot of white and blue, as well as metallic and wood surfaces.
Royal Falcon One is listed exclusively on Camper & Nicholsons International and its price is available on application.
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