Take a Photo Tour of the 111-Foot Quaranta Superyacht Catamaran [SLIDESHOW]

MARCH 12, 2016

Built by Curvelle shipyards in Turkey and delivered in 2013, the 111-foot Quaranta, which is available this summer in the Mediterranean for around $130,000 per week, is both speedy and spacious. As the largest carbon hybrid superyacht catamaran in the world, the yacht employs a flexible cruising speed of between 10 and 18 knots while using less engine power and fuel than its competition. (Inquiries: Hill Robinson, charter@hillrobinson.com; hillrobinson.com

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