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Manifesto 234'

We believe in a dream,

An efficient and highly stable vessel capable of crossing oceans but agile and shallow-drafted enough to enter small places.

A design that embodies the French word: "respire", which means to breathe, relax, unwind, rejuvenate and live harmoniously again. Reflected in the elegantly muted styling and ultra-open layout aff ording great vistas and private places throughout the vessel.

We believe that only a catamaran can offer the right answer to this expectation –giving us luxury of space, stability and low running costs.

 

Points of note are :

  • Openness inside the vessel as well as out. Light flows from everywhere. Openness is an attitude we wanted to capture and is reflected in the design.
  • Luxury of space. Each particular area is designed to suite a special moment of the day. Offering privacy and conviviality for everyone on board.
  • Different propulsion modes privileging range and autonomy rather than speed. We think that quality of time and comfort are more important than high maximum speed.
  • A full collection of tools to wonder above and below the sea: large tenders, submarine, sailing boats... Catamarans give you so many more options.
  • A full deck reserved for technical areas for easy external access, maintenance and reliability. Making for an efficient workflow and a happy and unobtrusive crew.

Lastly, we believe designed elegance is not only a question of style, balance of proportions and harmony of lines it is also related to coherence and cleverness. Don't we use the word "elegant" for a smart solution to a problem? Despite her length we want Manifesto not to appear dominant and overwhelming - we want a sweet giant who we can all love.

 
Length overall 71.4 m Owner and Guests 12
Beam 22 m Owner's apartment 140 m²
Draft 2.95 m VIP cabins 43 m²
       
Swimming pool 8m x 4m Displacement 900 t
Submarine 3 persons 100 m Maximum speed 20 kt
Tenders 3 Range 6000+ Nm
 

Images by Giorgio Vecchio

 


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