Brodosplit, the largest shipyard of Croatia, has introduced their 2nd pleasure yacht, the sixty meter Katina, back in June this year that was then showcased to the public for the very first time at recent Monaco Yacht Show. The custom made 4-deck vessel is built with a steel hull as well as aluminum superstructure and it features a hugely voluminous interior because of her square design shapes.

Ali Getz, a Turkish designer, realized the owner’s idea of an unlittered exterior image concentrating on linear blueprint cues like her continues wrap around exterior decks and uninterrupted profile lines. Accrording to a Croatian yacht charter company’s blurb, the grand sundeck region is dedicated to outdoor living with several sunbathing regions as well as a raised platform for Jacuzzi.


Inside the yacht, guest places have been optimized to properly house huge groups of friends and family, perfect for entertaining. The interior space as well as a selection of conservative furniture suggests that guest could easily move about when still being dealt to the home-like comforts.

The upper deck has a total of six guest suites, each one with its own en suite bathroom. The 2 forward cabins covers fifty sqm as well as each have their very own folding balcony. The 4 remaining cabins are forty sqm each. According to reports, Katina is powered by two Cummins engines offering 1000 kW each, letting her to cruise comfortably at twelve knots when reaching a range of four-thousand nm.

At present, Brodosplit is working on their 3rd superyacht project, a seventy-four meter that is still under development with the owner that is set to be totally different to their earlier projects.