Last Sunday, Feb 2nd, at the the 2020 Boat International Superyacht Design Festival, Vanadis was awarded the Eco award, since the judges were impressed by the most comprehensive diesel-electric power system. Ginton Naval Architects congratulates Cerri Cantieri Navali and Guido De Groot with this award!

In the BOAT International Design & Innovation Awards two yachts off the hands of Ginton Naval Architects were nominated. The 43.6 m MY Virtus, build by Mengi-Yay with Exterior Styling by VYD and the 31 m Italian build, by Cerri Cantieri Navali, motor yacht Vanadis, with interior and exterior styling by Guido De Groot.

All winners of the BOAT International Design & Innovation Awards can be found here: Article Boat International

Peter van Oossanen has completed the 4thvolume of “The Science of Sailing”. The sub-title of this book is “Phenomena and Drag Originating from the Air-Water Interface”. It may be ordered from The Van Oossanen Academy website: www.vanoossanenacademy.nl.

Part 4 of the series “The Science of Sailing” covers the phenomena and drag that arise from the fluidity of the water surface. Topics that are dealt with are wave causation, the wave pattern generated by the hull, wave drag, running trim and sinkage/rise, breaking waves, spray, wind-generated waves and spectra, motions of sailing yachts, wave-added drag, surfing behaviour, cavitation, ventilation, and the effects of limited water depth.

>Since retiring as CEO of the Van Oossanen group of companies, our chairman Peter (in Dutch Pieter) van Oossanen has set himself the task of writing a book entitled “The Science of Sailing”. This book will appear in the form of various volumes, each volume addressing a particular theme. 
The first 2 volumes have been completed and can be ordered from www.vanoossanenacademy.nl.

The first volume has as a sub-title “The Attainable Speed Under Sail”, while the second volume has the sub-title: “The Origin and Nature of Fluid-Dynamic Lift and Drag”. The third volume will appear later this year (2018) while the fourth volume will appear early next year. 

The third volume is entitled: The Phenomena and Drag Originating from the Boundary Layer”, while the fourth volume is entitled: “The Phenomena and Drag Originating from the Free Surface”.


Diana Yacht Design has unveiled a brand new concept for a 60-metre explorer yacht, designed to reach even the most remote areas of the world. The new explorer design follows on the success of Legend, a fully classified Class 1 ice-breaking ship which was previously converted into the world’s only ice-breaking charter yacht. Capable of taking her guests anywhere in the world, Legend was named the best superyacht in the Rebuild category at the World SuperYachts Awards in 2017.

Now Diana Yacht Design has taken its expertise and know-how to the next level with the development of Beyond, a unique explorer yacht created with ocean and sky exploration in mind. The steel hull and forward aluminium superstructure paired with high bow give her exterior lines a sleek and strong appeal, indicating her readiness to master any cruising conditions. “I wanted to create an explorer yacht which really has the rugged look associated with this type of vessel,” explains Casper Marelis, a finalist at the prestigious young designer of the year awards. Presenting his first concept as designer and Naval architect at Diana Yacht Design, he talks us through his vision for Beyond and what makes her a one of a kind explorer yacht. “The grey border interrupts the green hull which makes the bow look even more impressive while ensuring the overall side view does not look too massive,” he says on her exterior styling.

In addition to her robust exterior, Beyond also features a wide arrangement for tenders and storage space, which can be easily transformed to suit the needs of the voyage, highlighting the flexibility of her design. The low bulwarks, open decks and glass railing let guests relish the wide views, while the dedicated observatory, located on the sundeck, features a unique gyro-stabilised telescope. “The ability to adapt to and to get the most out of every exploring trip makes Beyond unique,” he explains. The first explorer yacht design to include a private observatory, the Dutch design firm aims to offer clients the chance go further than what is on the surface of the ocean by discovering the mysteries of the skies at night.

Next to the observatory, the explorer design also includes a certified helideck on the bridge deck aft and space for a submersible and toys. “The multi-purpose tender garage on the main deck, which can be configured to the needs of the exploration to let you store snowmobiles, extra dinghies and skies all in a closed space ensure her owner is able to discover more than just the obvious,” adds Marelis. The tender garage can also be opened up and increase the outside deck, offering guests more space for an outside lounge for example. The sliding doors and four overhead cranes can be used to move the extra vessels or vehicles and are not in the way of the aft main deck for easy access to the swim platform.

The interior layout of Beyond also supports the philosophy of extended living on board, which is why it includes a cinema on the cabin deck, a fully equipped dive store, an internal boarding room, gym and wellness centre as well as the observatory, with a direct connection to the owner’s lounge, with a private seating area, making it ideal for extended voyages at sea. The owner’s lounge has a complete glass aft all, which offers an uninterrupted view of their surroundings, while the owner’s suite features 180 degrees views and a private jacuzzi.

Offering plenty of room for all, Beyond is able to accommodate up to 14 guests in seven staterooms, including four doubles and two twins cabins and the owner’s cabin. The crew quarters are spacious and can accommodate up to 17 crew members including the captain, who has a private cabin by the wheelhouse. The tank deck includes a dedicated laundry area and plenty of refrigeration facilities, with all decks being connected by a dumbwaiter. “One of the biggest challenges when designing Beyond was the proportioning of living spaces in combination with the big tender and equipment storage area,” notes Marelis.

“The living spaces are positioned quite far forward, while the lower deck should still be accessible via the central elevator/staircase.” The addition of the observatory with the telescope, incorporated so owners can make full use of the zero to no light pollution zones the explorer yacht can travel to, has been position in a unique way to make sure it did not compromise the overall design and remained clear of the Bimini on the sundeck.

Created for clients with a keen sense of adventure and an eagerness to explore the Beyond, this explorer yacht is sure to turn heads. “Beyond was created for a visionary owner, a self-made entrepreneur who made his dreams into a living. His dream is to see the world and beyond and get the most out of every exploration.”

Specifications:
Length over all: 60.00 m
Beam over all: 12.00 m
Draft: 3.20 m
Main engines: 2x Caterpillar C32

Speed: 12 kts.
Top speed: 15 knots
Range: 4500 nm at cruising speed

Hull material: Steel
Superstructure: Aluminium

For more information about this yacht please visit her webpage on: http://www.dianayachtdesign.com/project/beyond-concept/

The HISWA Yacht Show 2018 had the premiere of the introduction Schippersjacht ANNA. Possibly being the most popular yacht on the show, ANNA attracted the attention of everyone passing by. Leading to Shipyard The Alm having the pleasure of meeting a lot of new potential clients.

ANNA is the first build of a series, ranging from 15.00 to 21.50 meters.

The Schippersjacht 21.50 has been designed, (in close cooperation with AZZA Yachting) for those who spend a lot of time aboard their yacht. The design, being inspired by old commercial vessels, has an enormous volume, allowing for a very spacious and comfortable interior. Add to this: the very low freeboard, making boarding a lot easier; the walk around deck, making mooring easier, and the large aft deck, and it becomes apparent that the ease of usage was paramount when designing this Schippersjacht 21.50.

SPECIFICATION ANNA:
Length over all:                 22.70 m
Length hull:                        21.50 m
Length waterline:              21.00 m
Beam max.:                          4.98 m
Draught:                                1.50 m
Design:                                Werner Yacht Design / AZZA
Yard:                                     The Alm Shipyard

Launch:                                2018

 

 

This summer Ginton Naval Architects largest sailing yacht to date was successfully launched in Bodrum, Turkey.
The modern 50 meter twin-screw sailing yacht “All about U” was build by Ada Yacht Works in Bodrum. It was the first time for Ginton Naval Architects working with Ada Yacht Works, but it was a very constructive cooperation. According to Jaron Ginton: “They really have done a beautiful job” The aft deck offers a spacious luxurious seating area as well as a secluded dining table, a perfect place to get together with family or friends to enjoy the yachting experience.
Inside the salon is open plan which gives you a true feel of the grand space this sailing yacht offers. On the lower deck 6 luxurious cabins can host up to 12 guests. Special feature is the transom door, it can be lowered to double as a huge swimming platform, that can be accessed from the maindeck. After the launch the mast was put on and she’s been delivered to her owner. All About U is now available for charters from her Bodrum base.
www.ginton.com

 

The annual general meeting of the NBJA was held on board of the Stevenaak “Helena” on the 29th May 2018. Various topics were addressed such as the involvement of the NBJA in the development of ISO standards for the design and building of small and large yachts and specific technical problems that are encountered in that work, the cooperation with various organizations in the yachting and shipbuilding industry, activities that are employed to interest young people in our industry, etc. The meeting was concluded with a Captain’s dinner and a cruise in the Port of Rotterdam.

Studio Delta was challenged to adapt the VQ32 of Vanquish Yachts to the dimensions and possibilities of the tender garage of a superyacht. Utilising the construction to stay within the crane’s lifting requirements, adjustments in the weight and center of gravity were needed.
To limit the height of the VQ32 a windshield that can folded up and down is applied. The tender needed to be executed with various features that makes boarding alongside or aft of the yacht easier and quicker. Besides the top speed of 40 knots +, the tender is seaworthy in the water as well in the tender garage.
Studio Delta is responsible for Naval Architecture, design is by Guido de Groot.



The chief editors of twelve leading yacht magazines in Europe have announced the nominations for the European yacht of the year 2019. Satellite Yacht design is proud to announce that the Saffier Se37, will be one of the nominees in the category special yachts. It is wonderful to be far above the target in terms of sales and to see that the sailors likes the saffier Se37, but it is also nice that the professionals find the boat innovative, well sailing and good looking. In August and October, the jury will test in Sweden and Barcelona with the nominated yachts and the winner will be announced at the Dusseldorf Boatshow 2019.

Article on website Satellite Yacht Design

Tijdens een bijzondere ledenvergadering op 23 mei 2017 heeft de NBJA herdacht dat zij 50 jaar geleden werd opgericht. Voor deze speciale gelegenheid werd het statenjacht “De Utrecht” gehuurd waarmee, vooraf aan de vergadering, tijdens mooi weer een zeiltocht op het IJsselmeer werd gemaakt.

Aanwezig waren de leden (van links naar rechts): J. de Ridder, M. van Schaik, J. Tervoort (geassocieerd lid), W. de Vries Lentsch, B. de Haan (geassocieerd lid), M. de Jager, J. Ginton, P. G. van Oossanen, R. Meulemans, H.-M. Bais, N. Moerke, P. van Oossanen, B. Bouckaert,  R. van der Velden,  A. Grasman (geassocieerd lid), R. Vertregt (speciale gast).