Echo Yachts presents the renderings of an adventure support yacht named Project Echo

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50m catamaran hull

Australian yard Echo Yachts has presented the first renderings for a future support vessel named Project Echo.

The 50m catamaran hull is an adventure support yacht designed in collaboration with industry experts Bannenberg & Rowell Design, Triton Submarines and Incat Crowther Naval Architects.

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With the focus on both form and function, the 495 GT Project Echo introduces a fresh approach to both the charter Adventure Yacht and Superyacht Support vessel markets.

The technical features incorporated into Project Echo from its inception include a custom designed Caley A-frame submarine Launch and Recovery System (LARS). In addition, to offer the safest solution in submarine launching functionality, the A-frame LARS has been developed by Caley with Echo Yachts to fold and stow flat into the cargo deck enabling seamless Helicopter landing operations or additional cargo deck space.

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Other features include a cargo deadweight carry capacity of 40 tonnes, long range and heavy seas cruising capabilities, integrated deck cargo transfer rail / tie down system and dedicated undercroft protection and technical lockers for the Submarines.

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Echo Yachts offer a full suite of options and Project Echo can be further customized to suit each clients exact requirements in terms of interior layout, technical equipment, special interior and exterior finishes upgrades.