Curvelle has confirmed the delivery of 33.7m catamaran, Quaranta from the Logos Marine shipyard where she was being built in Turkey. The vessel possesses a number of unique features, including a layout that accommodates elderly or immobile guests and a swim platform that can lower guests almost 1m into the water.

Quaranta was designed by catamaran specialist Incat Crowther with exterior styling by Mauro Giamboi and interior work by Lila Lou. Composite specialist Gurit undertook the engineering.

She is being sold fractionally, with three out of seven shares of the syndicate already acquired. Now that the vessel has been completed she will be exhibited at the forthcoming Cannes Boat Show. Speaking to Curvelle’s Luuk van Zanten said the available shares were being offered at €1.575 million. “We will stay in Turkey until mid-July”, he said. “Thereafter Croatia, Italy, Malta and then on to the South of France.”

The 'dining deck'.

The tender platform.

The main salon.

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