WHITE RABBIT GOLF Echo Yachts

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WHITE RABBIT GOLF Echo Yachts

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Measuring the impressive 84m in length overall, the breath-taking motor yacht WHITE RABBIT GOLF project is an outstanding trimaran, built in Australia. With design by bespoke Sam Sorgiovanni and naval architecture by One2Three Naval Architects, WHITE RABBIT GOLF superyacht represents a larger version of the 61m (201') White Rabbit Echo, built by North West Bay Ships in Tasmania in 2005.

WHITE RABBIT GOLF Specifications

Type/Year:Echo Yachts/2018 
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Beam:20m (65'7") 
L.O.A.:84m (273') 
Crew:30 
Guests:22 
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NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ Largest all aluminium trimaran superyacht in the world ~ Accommodation area of over 1,200 sqm ~ Excellent seakeeping capabilities & fuel efficiency

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