The Quaranta is a spacious 34-meter and economical superyacht catamaran launched in 2013 by Curvelle in Turkey.

The yacht was developed in cooperation with Logos Marine shipyard. The exterior and interior styling were done by Lila-Lou Design in London.

One of the features of the Quaranta is the mobility access for wheelchairs. Thanks to enough space in the interior, a lifting platform (that also can carries vehicles, tenders including passengers, mini submarines or serves as a bathing platform) and an internal elevator up to the sun deck. The bathing platform lowers 85cm below the sea level.

The Quaranta has a very flexible interior to change the arrangement to your personal requirements. In standard arrangement, she has six double cabins. The beds can be turned into single beds or sofas. Sliding walls can make it to big cabins with sitting places. Curvelle touts with over 20 possible layouts on one yacht.

The flexible cabins in living pictures

What are the advantages of a motor powered catamaran?

A catamaran swims on thin twin hulls. The result is less resistance in the water. So the yacht needs less fuel consumption. You can run a catamaran with 30 – 35 % more efficiency. The yacht has more beam and has more space than a monohull yacht in that class of length.

Main Specifications

Length over all:33.70 m
Beam:9 m
Draft:2.3 m
Displacement:165 tons
Engines:Caterpillar C32 acert 2 X 1900
Space:Equivalent or superior to performance 40 - 42m monohull
Range:Trans-Atlantic
Guest accommodation:Flexible: 6 double cabins, 3 suites or any combination. Crew can change on demand.
Interior Design:Alex Isaac
Exterior Styling:Mauro Giamboi, Italy

Some more impressions