Portuguese company Nazareth has launched a 41ft catamaran called the Aquadomus that blurs the boundary between a flybridge cruiser and a houseboat.
The composite design is RCD certified as a category C motor boat but its boxy shape is clearly designed to prioritise living space.
In all it provides over 1,000ft² (94.40m²) of accommodation. An open plan lounge, dining and galley area occupy the stern section of the 14ft 5in (4.40m) beam.
The Nazareth Aquadomus has the option of one or two bedrooms/cabins forward and a bathroom amidships. Headroom throughout is 6ft 9in (2.10m).
Outside space consists of a slender foredeck balcony, a more substantial aft deck and a big 38m² flybridge. The air draught is 18ft 4in (5.60m) with a hardtop and 13ft 9in (4.20m) without.
Intended for twin-outboard propulsion, the Nazareth Aquadomus has a quoted maximum speed of 12 knots. It sits on a catamaran hull, although the low bow and transom conceal the voids between the two sponsons.
The Nazareth Aquadomus is more than a little bit reminiscent of the Overblue 44, which we tested 5 years ago and has since gone on to spawn 54ft and 58ft versions.