The 53.3-metre yachts were developed and built by Latitude Yachts.
Latvian-yard Latitude Yachts launched the futuristic-looking trimarans back in May, amidst claims they were the largest trimarans ever built.
One of the yachts has now been christened Galaxy of Happiness and has been spotted on the Italian Riviera, ready for her public debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.
Designed by Jean-Jacques Coste at Blue Coast Yachts, the yacht’s build was taken on by Latitude Yachts, based in Latvia. Each trimaran is 53.3 metres long and has a beam of 17.4 metres. Twin engines propel the yachts to 28 knots thanks to a combined 5,200hP.
“These two yachts mean two years and five months of intense, complicated and very interesting work.” said Valdis Irbe, the co-owner of Latitude Yachts. “This was a great challenge for me and I was brave enough to agree to bring this project to life. I would like to thank the customer for giving his credence and opportunity to carry out this project of immense complexity, and apply the highest standards from the world of exclusive yachts. Now we have launched the super-trimarans, built from composite materials. They have no analogues in size – they are the biggest trimarans in the world. It is a true pride for our company, for each member of our team and for me personally.”