The 135-foot catamaran features space-age modernism and above-deck sleeping accommodations
According to him, another practical aspect of the catamaran design is that the sleeping suites may be placed at or above the main deck rather than below it, as is typical for normal monohull yachts.
According to the listing with Camper & Nicholsons, Royal Falcon is true to Mr. Zaman’s word; it has three guest rooms on the main deck and the master suite and a so-called “VIP suite” on the upper deck, where they may enjoy loftier views of the water. The ship’s 10-person crew instead resides in cabins that are housed within the two hulls.
According to the listing agency, the Swedish-built superyacht can reach a peak speed of roughly 35 knots and cruises at 15 knots.
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Studio F.A. Porsche added freeform leather sofas, a minimalist colour scheme of whites, greys, and blacks, and automated sliding glass doors to the opulent interiors to give them a touch of space-age modernism. Images demonstrate how the designers used curved, organic edges and smooth lines reminiscent of Porsche’s renowned cars.
According to the website, Royal Falcon One also has a number of opulent facilities, such as a top deck with a Jacuzzi, a main saloon with a back-lit bar and a panoramic observation deck, as well as a personal outdoor deck off the master suite.