The world's largest catamaran

The world's largest catamaran ⊛ A30Knots

If you are passionate about the sea and sailing, you have probably heard about the Hemispherewhich is currently considered to be the most important largest sailing catamaran in the world.

Thus, this impressive vessel of more than 44 metres in length and 17 metres in beam was built at the shipyard in Pendennis in Falmouth, Great Britain, in 2011; being the work of the prestigious naval architects Van Peteghem y Lauriot Prévost as well as the designer Michael Leachwho was in charge of everything related to the luxurious interior decoration of this maritime work of art.

If you want to know more about this amazing luxury vesselWe recommend that you continue reading this post to learn more about the Hemisphere, the largest catamaran in the world.

Ostentatious and impeccable design

As mentioned above, the interior decoration of this luxury catamaran was done by Michael Leach, who took care to create an ostentatious but elegant design in order to give guests the experience of staying in a kind of five-star hotel on the sea. 

Therefore, not only did he decide that the interior decoration would be dominated by neutral tones to promote a state of relaxation and tranquillity among the ship's occupants, but he also used materials such as oak and walnut wood, 15 different types of leather, and up to 18 different varieties of stone to give the Hemisphere's finishes that elegant and luxurious look that characterises it. 

Simple and efficient distribution

The Hemisphere catamaran has the capacity to accommodate up to 12 guestsThese will be distributed among the three double cabins and two VIP cabins on board.

In this way, the double cabins are located on one of the ship's gangways and are equipped with all the comforts for your guests to enjoy their stay. Although no two cabins on the Hemisphere are alike, all double cabins are equipped with a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, toiletries and free toiletries. 32″ plasma TV as well as a private shower and toilet. In addition, one of these cabins includes a bunk bed, allowing up to four people to be accommodated inside the cabin.

On the other hand, the VIP cabins are located in the hull area, situated in front of the main hall, which are extremely versatile, as they can be joined or separated thanks to a retractable door which is located between the two bedrooms. In addition, these staterooms also include their own private bathrooms, as well as 42″ TVs state of the art.

Nor should we forget that throughout the trip the guests will be accompanied by the crew, who will be in charge of attending to all the guests' needs. Thus, the crew consists of ten people, who will be accommodated in the cabins located on the other catamaran's skid.

As for the common areasThe Hemisphere has a large living room which offers different spaces, including two bar areas, the dining room and an area of leisure and entertainmentIt has a 61″ TV, where you can enjoy a huge variety of films, series and games.

In addition, we cannot forget to mention the flybride spaces The boat's facilities include a cosy terrace, a dining area for breakfast in the open air, as well as a large whirlpool bath.

It is also important to note that this catamaran is equipped with everything you need to enjoy a multitude of activities. WATER SPORTS. For this reason, the Hemisphere provides five jet skis, kayaks, paddle surf boards, two seabobs as well as diving equipment and instructors.

A luxury available to very few

After getting to know in detail all that the Hemisphere has to offer, we are sure that you are looking forward to spending your next holiday on board this luxury catamaran. However, embarking on the Hemisphere is an indulgence that very few people can afford, since its weekly rent is around 300,000 euros.

Nevertheless, we hope that this article has been useful for you to learn more about the Hemisphere, the world's largest catamaran. If you want to find out more about some of the other most impressive ships in the world, we recommend that you take a look at the blog of A30knots.

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