Features with real benefits that add value.
Lots of hidden intelligence in design and engineering details that are not obvious, just simply experienced.
Clean design that conceals yacht handling gear. Smooth and effortless operation for captain and crew.
Craftsmanship honed from a century of building iconic yachts.
Recognizing that crew comfort matters results in innovative crew cabins that give larger berths, heads and more storage.
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Enclosed mooring room
A critical operation that will be noticed, by not noticing it. A big ship feature. Smooth and safe. And crew friendly.
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No central mullions in wheelhouse
4.7m clear span giving unobstructed line of sight for safe yacht handling and altering the bridge experience.
7 Metre Tender
Largest in its class. Extra beam allows for tender garage in an ideal location for launch and retrieval.
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Pop up handrails
Just another neat feature that respects the clean concept yet gives the benefit of a clearer line of sight from the bridge.
Shaped for natural grip and comfortable leaning. In carbon, of course.
Novel approach to bringing extra light into the crew areas. Another detail executed with close attention.
Carbon composite construction
High performance advanced material that reduced structural weight by 20 tonnes. Lighter than aluminium, stronger than steel. No corrosion, lower lifecycle costs.
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Fold down mast
Simple fold down mechanism means reduced height for clearing low bridges and other height restrictions.
Aft mooring arrangement
Concealed so as not to disturb the guests enjoyment of the aft deck, yet allowing smooth operation by crew.