VisionF Yachts has launched the 4th and last hull in its successful 24.6-metre VisionF 80 aluminium catamaran series before the model is superseded by the larger VisionF 82. Built for an international tech entrepreneur, the yacht is guaranteed to stand out from the crowd.
Pretty in Pink: 4th VisionF 80 launched – Whereas the 3rd hull was a special all-black edition, this time the client requested his yacht be painted a custom shade of pink.
“I am very happy to take part even at the delivery stage of this project, she is unique in many ways,” said Ali Tanir, General Manager of VisionF Yachts. “The hull colour and a lot of design points created with all details thanks to Thurstan Design – London. I would like to use this opportunity to thank them for their great support. It was a great pleasure collaborating with them and I hope you would all like the result as much as we do.”
Despite her eye-catching paintwork, the 4th VisionF 80 hull boasts the same winning design features as her predecessors in the all-aluminium catamaran series, namely:
• A massive amount of main deck space both inside and out thanks to the maximum beam of 9.7 metres, including a 54-sqm main salon.
• Luxury accommodation in four guest suites for 8 (plus 5 crew).
• A very large light-filled galley on the lower deck.
• A modest draft of just 0.80 metres makes her ideal for cruising shallow waters.
The interior has been fitted out according to the owner’s personal tastes with fixed furniture produced in-house by VisionF as well as pieces supplied by top designer labels such as Rove Concepts, Moro, Crate & Barrel, Kravet, Paola Lenti and Farrow & Ball.
Not forgetting the fly bridge, which can be reached from the aft deck and has an exterior helm station. This is a fantastic party space, but also for sunbathing or simply enjoying the sea views from the comfy sunpads and seating upholstered in weather-resistant fabrics.
Wide, teak-clad steps lead down to the stern platform, which can be hydraulically lowered for easy access to the water and raised for storing the Williams jet tender.
Fitted with twin Volvo Penta IPS 1050 drives, the VisionF 80 has a maximum speed of 18 knots and a range of over 1,800 nautical miles.
VisionF Yachts currently has three units in the new VisionF 82 series under construction that are available and will be launched in winter 2023/2024.
Boat /craft type – Catamaran Pleasure Yacht
Certification CE – Design Cat A
Length overall (Loa) – 24.6m
Length of hull (Lh) – 23.8m
Length between perp. (Lbp) – 23.8m
Length on waterline (Lwl) – 23.8m
Beam overall (Boa) – 9.9m
Beam of hull (Bh) – 3.2m
Depth (D) – 3.2m
Draft (d) – 0.8m
Hull material – Aluminium
Propulsion – 2x Volvo IPS 1050
Lightship displacement – 74 tons
Loaded displacement – 79 tons
Pretty in Pink: 4th VisionF 80 launched
– The catamaran has unusual eye-catching pink paintwork
– All-aluminium catamaran with a modest draft
– 24.6-metre yacht with max speed of 18 knots and over 1800nm range