Mauro Giamboi designs 118ft power catamaran EGO
Published: Friday, 24 March 2017
Italian designer Mauro Giamboi has created the EGO, inspired by his previous award-winning Curvelle Quaranta design and elements of Italian cars.
(Photos: Mauro Giamboi - EGO)
The Giamboi design team have refined the concept of “informal luxury living” and taken advantage of the 12.8m beam that this superyacht catamaran offers, whilst keeping the overall height with three decks to a minimum.
Mauro Giamboi said: “New clientele tend to be less formal in their approach to yachting, and the informal layout and alluring looks of the EGO are quickly becoming part of a new trend of superyacht catamarans.”
EGO will have a large curtain window space and big cabins. The yacht will be built out of composites or aluminium so she will be lightweight and fuel-efficient navigation with her two big bows slicing through the waves.
With a full beam saloon and two principal cabins on the main deck, the guest area will be spacious. Two further guest cabins are located in the portside hull, whilst the six crew members can reside in the starboard hull.