Origin 575 2016 

Superyacht trimaran project designed for the sensation of smooth and efficient motion.

An exterior shaped by efficiency in the sea , an interior for active explorers, with moods to suits the different times of the day..

With a firm emphasis on comfort, speed and ocean crossing capability, the new trimaran configuration is significantly more efficient than a conventional monohull at a given speed, leading to improvements in both fuel consumption and range, as well as an exceptional level of comfort – even in moderate to rough sea conditions.

Performance is impressive with a top speed of 28 knots and a range of between 4,000 and 5,000 nautical miles at 18 knots.

More importantly, these very real ‘travelling machines’ realise the dream of combining explorer facilities with stylish, understated interior and exterior spaces, all conceived to enable the curious yacht owner to enjoy the simple pleasure of long range voyaging.

Accommodating 10 guests and 8 crew, the interior arrangement  can be customised to suit an owner’s requirements. There is deck space for a mini-submarine and a 4.5m tender while the stern garage offers storage for a 6m tender and personal watercraft.

In a seagoing vessel the quality of motion is shaped by the interaction between the water and the hull of the boat that passes through it. The interior layout and design was also consciously based on this principle. The flow of people as they move around the vessel is made as easy and natural as possible so that those on board feel at one with the vessel on which they travel.


view this yacht on Nigel Irens' website


Video: ocean eagle 43, launched in 2015, 43 m patrol boat