Iliad unveils flagship catamaran

ILIAD 75 © ILIAD Catamarans (5)

Iliad Catamarans, an Australian builder of luxury long-range powercats, has unveiled its new flagship model, the Iliad 75 catamaran.

The news comes following the announcement of the new Iliad 53E hybrid in November 2023.

The 23-metre Iliad 75 catamaran (pictured above) has a beam of 9.57 metres and is designed to deliver performance with ‘class-leading fuel efficiency’.

Founded in 2019, Iliad Catamaran’s shipbuilding facilities are in the Xinlong Yachts shipyard in Zhanjiang, China.

ILIAD 75 © ILIAD Catamarans

With a selection of areas to relax or enjoy social gatherings with friends and family, the Iliad 75 is designed for entertaining. It has flexible layout options, making it suitable for commercial use, providing generous living space and comfort for charter guests.

Cruising at low speeds provides a range of more than 4,000nm. Detailed specifications are available on request.

Iliad says the Iliad 75 is suitable for cruising the world’s most remote and picturesque water or simply enjoying five-star luxury closer to home, thanks to state-of-the-art technology and a class-leading design designed to afford ease of handling and optimal safety in all conditions.

The yacht’s accommodation has generous headroom, natural light and plenty of storage for extended cruising.

ILIAD 75 © ILIAD Catamarans (4)

Other catamaran news

Last week, McConaghy Boats revealed details of its new powercat, the MC82p, which has completed successful sea trials in Hong Kong. Turkish boatbuilder Bering Yachts has also recently announced its building two aluminium catamaran models for delivery in 2025. Meanwhile, Sunreef Yachts has unveiled its latest catamaran – The Sunreef 77 Ultima.

Read all MIN’s latest news about catamarans.

All images courtesy of Iliad Catamarans.

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