VPLP 110 Mousetrap
© Benoît Stichelbaut/JFA Shipyard

Mousetrap

Designed for undertaking cruises around the globe, Mousetrap was laid up by CDK Technologies, assembled and finished by JFA Yachts, and launched in 2012. Her impressive dimensions (110’ long, 46’ beam, 147’6” air draught) make her one of the largest cruising catamarans in the world built in carbon fibre.

Catamaran VPLP 110 Mousetrap
© Benoît Stichelbaut/JFA Shipyard

With her carbon mast stepped aft of centre, her sail plan inspired from the multihull racing world, and a very large gennaker (765 m² reaching), Mousetrap can more than eat up the nautical miles while maintaining an outward-looking, weightless elegance. The flybridge has been shifted aft to optimize the deck space in the main saloon and the bows. In keeping with the rest of the boat, the accommodation areas provide superlative comfort for eight passengers and seven crew. She currently sails in the waters off the west coast of the USA.

Lauched

2012

Category

superyacht

Architect

VPLP Design

Builder

JFA

Materials

carbone

Length

33,5 m

Beam

14,05 m

Draft

2,5 m/4,9 m

Air Draft

45,5 m

Propulsion

voile

Sail Area

765 m2

Achievements

Largest carbon-fibre catamaran