28 Mar 2024


Tecnomar, a brand of The Italian Sea Group (TISG) has released additional details on its new 40.7-metre catamaran, the Cat 133. 


The shipyard claims that the catamaran benefits from "the same visionary and futuristic design" of the 43.5-metre This Is It. This includes a focus on energy efficiency, with 70 square metres of solar panels installed along the yacht's superstructure arches and hardtop.


The catamaran's light, sporty exterior is owed to Admiral Centro Stile. An impressive amount of external space is offered relative to the catamaran's length, measuring in excess of 300 square metres. This is seen best in the design of the stern, which creates a 16-metre-wide swimming platform thanks to the positioning of the two hulls, the two internal wings and the two foldable side doors.


Accommodation is for a maximum of 10 guests and 11 crew. Interior details are yet to be disclosed, though these will also be handled by Admiral Centro Stile.


Powered by twin MAN V12 engines and 50kW electric bow thrusters, the Cat 133 is expected to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. Four generators allow for permanent magnet variable speed alterations.


According to BOATPro, the latest unit in Tecnomar's 37-metre series, the Evo 120, should be delivered in May 2024. Sisterships include Viktoriia, which was delivered to Dubai in 2022.


The Cat 133 was first introduced at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023, alongside a new 50-metre Admiral known as Project Adventure.


Written by Dea Jusufi

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