New Porsche-Designed “Royal Falcon One” Superyacht Is Up for Sale
Royal Falcon One was envisioned as a “spaceship on the water"
To sail the seven seas on the new Porsche-designed superyacht, it’s likely going to cost a minimum of eight figures.
Designed by Studio F.A. Porsche and built by Singapore’s Royal Falcon Fleet, the Royal Falcon One has enough space for 10 guests and 10 crew members to stay within its three main cabins, master suite, VIP suite and two crew quarters located within the vessel’s parallel hulls.
Measuring in at 135 feet from tip to tail, Royal Falcon One was designed in the style of a catamaran and has the square footage of a 210-foot monohull yacht despite its shorter length.
Envisioned as a “spaceship on the water,” Royal Falcon One’s dual hulls “create a completely different stance impression, almost resembling the track of a sports car,” according to Studio F.A. Porsche.
Spread out over four decks, the luxury yacht includes features such as a jacuzzi, bar, sun lounge, private lounge, panoramic observation area and a tender garage.
“Inside, the desire was to create an impression of functional luxury with a superb choice of materials and an exceptional level of craftsmanship,” says Studio F.A. Porsche. “Modern, but timeless. Clean, but inspiring.”
Being sold by Camper & Nicholsons, the yacht is listed as “price with application.”
Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, the grandson of Porsche’s founder, established the Porsche Design Studio (of which Studio F.A. Porsche is a part), in 1972.
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