Under the management of Yacht-Marine, Ginton Naval Architects has been appointed for the design of a 43 meter displacement motor yacht.
The hull will be build in steel and features a pronounced bulbous bow. The walk-around-superstructure will be build in aluminium. Two tenders are placed in the bow, but will be mostly hidden from view, allowing for an impressive seating area in front of the wheelhouse, with a spectacular sea-view. The owner’s cabin is situated on a private owner’s deck and all decks are accessible by lift also. The interior design has been assigned to Hot Lab design from Milan, Italy and can accommodate up to 12 guests.
The beating heart of the ship that is the engine room houses 2 MTU 8V2000M72 720kW engines and 3 Caterpillar 4.4 generators. With a fuel capacity of just over 40000L this ship will have a trans-Pacific range. Fixed bilge keels in combination with CMC stabilizers will increase the roll period and therefore comfort levels both at sea and at anchor.
In december 2016 the actual building of the steel hull took off in Istanbul Turkey at Yildiz Gemi shipyard and delivery is scheduled for 2018.