The 84m/275ft trimaran superyacht ‘White Rabbit’ has been delivered to her owner and is currently undergoing final preparations ahead of her maiden voyage to Singapore next week.
After undergoing extensive sea trials off the coast of Perth, White Rabbit was handed over to her owner on 31 October and officially became the world’s biggest tri-hulled yacht.
The brand new build also holds the title of being the largest superyacht ever built in Australia and is expected to slot into 100th place in the Top 100 Largest Superyacht rankings.
Also impressive is her huge 20-metre beam, which is far larger than other yachts in her class and, with her measurements, she will offer huge interior volumes.
Launched on 1 September, she boasts naval architecture from Echo Yachts and One2Three while Australian designer Sam Sorgiovanni is behind both the interior and exterior styling.
White Rabbit officially became the world’s biggest tri-hulled yacht when she was handed over to her owner on 31 October
The moment luxury yacht White Rabbit first hit the water can be seen in the video below. Viewers will also be able to spot the expansive deck areas designed for the enjoyment of guests, with a large pool perched on the forward section of her sundeck.
No pictures have been released of the interior yet but it is said to feature art deco overtones with gold accents and custom furniture. She will be able to sleep up to 12 guests.
M/Y White Rabbit is not available for charter, but for more information on chartering one of the world’s largest yachts, speak to your preferred charter broker.