It has been a decade in the making, but Studio F.A. Porsche’s superyacht has made its debut and it was worth the wait. Described as a “spaceship on water,” the Royal Falcon One is as sleek as any of Porsche’s sports cars, but a step better.
Developed by Singapore-based firm Royal Falcon Fleet and designed by Studio F.A. Porsche, the futuristic vessel adopts a catamaran style with two parallel hulls.
Powering the 135-foot luxury yacht is twin 4,600 horsepower diesel engines and twin Rolls-Royce KaMeWa waterjets, which offer an estimated speed of 35 knots and a range of around 3,200 kilometers with low fuel consumption.
There is no shortage of indoor and outdoor spaces, which can accommodate up to 10 guests and 10 crew members. The upper sundeck features a bridge control station with associated navigation equipment, helm chairs, jacuzzi, bar and sun lounge, while the mid-deck encompasses a pilothouse, captain’s cabin, guest suites, luxurious owner’s suite, owner’s private lounge and owner’s private dining and entertaining exterior deck.
The main deck includes an entertainment lounge forward, three guest suites, a well-equipped galley, crew mess and a large dining lounge area opening onto the main exterior deck. Above all that, there is a tender garage integrated into the aft main deck.
The exterior was designed to represent speed and dynamics in a new and different way. The two hulls create a completely different stance impression, almost resembling the track of a sports car.