In a recent reveal at the Monaco Yacht Show, the 60m superyacht Katina went on public display for the first time.
Croatia’s largest shipyard launched the superyacht Katina this summer, and the boat recently had its first public showing in the glamorous surrounds of Monaco.
The 60-metre vessel is the largest Croatian superyacht, and can accommodate 12 passengers and as many crew.
Built in the Brodosplit Shipyard, Katina has a steel hull and superstructure. Two 1000 kW engines can reach speeds of more than 14 knots, and the yacht can carry enough fuel and water to comfortably sail up to 4,000 nautical miles.
Boasting four decks that are connected by an on board elevator, the boat has six cabins on the upper deck, a lounge area and meeting rooms that can hold up to 35 people each.
Katina is also equipped with a sauna, whirlpool and gym and comes with water sports equipment such as kayaks and surfboards.
The boat is a charter vessel, and the Brodosplit shipyard is currently working on construction of its third superyacht, a 74m boat still under development.
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