The large-volume power cat, the Typhoon 19 (T19) from the Kit Carlier Design studio, provides spaces typically found on a larger superyacht and is ideal for owners seeking a vessel with long-range capabilities and luxury, at speed.
The design is available in both sedan and flybridge configurations, with both forward and aft raked screen options.
The lightweight structure and assistance of a foil, allow the T19 to reach a top speed of 32 knots and cruising speed of 27 knots.
Powered with twin 750 hp diesels and coupled to Hamilton jets, the T19 has a range of 1200 nm at cruising speed.
Inside the vessel, the main deck features a large galley with all the appliances you would expect in a large residential kitchen.
The aft saloon adjacent to the galley provides a social area that flows out into the aft entertaining space.
A large forward dining room-come-saloon provides amazing views, while also featuring the hidden 85-inch TV, providing a hub for relaxation next to the helm.
Three luxurious cabins, each with ensuite, sleep six, including a huge full-beam master cabin with its own private lounge.
From the aft end, the T19’s exterior features a carbon transformer platform to enable easy launching of a large 7m tender.
Passengers will also enjoy the large beach club space and the ability to load toys, supplies, and guests onto a marina or wharf.
A large boot houses water equipment and the capacity to accommodate two motocross bikes.
The upper aft cockpit dining area provides a sheltered, practical space with seating for eight-plus, and with great visibility aft.
The flybridge also offers plenty of seating, a wet bar and the large helm. The aft deck provides further water toy storage, for everything from sailing dinghies to a secondary tender, plus the feature of a davit for launching.