Adam Lay Studio Exclusive Yacht Design

ADAM LAY STUDIO is an exclusive yacht design studio based in England, known in the superyacht industry for their work on such important luxury vessels as the 44m sailing yacht Artemis (ex Salperton III), the 45m charter yacht Salperton IV, 41-metre luxury yacht Inmocean, the 61m Lurssen Lady Kathryn V, the Benetti charter yacht Red Anchor and the 39.5 m J-Class sailing yacht Endeavour, amongst others.  Following 8 years of working for one of the best custom superyacht design companies in the world, Adam Lay and his wife Kelda decided to open their own studio and since 2003 have been building its reputation for award-winning creative designs combined with a discreet, honest and conscientious approach.

The designer himself has an honours degree in Industrial Design, specialising in yacht design, from the Coventry University. As part of his degree, he worked with an established English Naval Architect, where his enthusiasm for luxury yacht design developed. Adam comes from a long line of shipbuilders from the North-East of England, carrying on with this family tradition since the 1800s.

"I designed my first yacht in 1993 and my time working with John Munford encouraged the perfectionist in me and taught me the skills I needed to be a successful yacht designer." (Adam Lay)

Adam Lay Studio is known for their excellent collaboration with clients and their ability to put dreams and ideas down on paper. Adam Lay Studio creates elegant hand drawings, with the efficiency needed to design to a deadline. Each client's project is one of a selected few, ensuring quality combined with personal attention.

All clients are directly attended by Adam Lay himself as the principal of the company and every project is dealt with passion and treated as priority. The company strives to provide what they believe to be the most exclusive bespoke luxury yacht design service available.

Below is selection of luxury yachts with design by Adam Lay Studio available for charter as well as the latest Adam Lay News.

Adam Lay Studio Yacht Design News

Make M/Y Red Anchor your Mediterranean charter this summer
Luxury yacht RED ANCHOR - Master suite
37m/120ft luxury yacht RED ANCHOR is ready for Mediterranean charters. As an Approved RYA Water Sports Centre, she is an ideal choice for family and friends groups looking to learn new skills while exploring the beaches and rich history that the Mediterranean has to offer.
Sarp Yachts Launch SARP 46 Motor Yacht
Moving out of shed - SARP 46 - Photos  by Hakan Yesil
Sarp Yachts launch SARP 46 superyacht, boasting striking and elegant lines, as well as loft apartment-like interiors with top quality amenities on board.
Yachting Developments in New Zealand getting ready for Launch of 33.7-metre S/Y Hull 1012
Silvertip racing at the NZ Millennium Cup 2016 - image Jeff Brown
Yachting Developments announce busy start to the year with 33,7-metre S/Y Hull 1012 getting ready for launch in April and Sportsfisher Hull 1015 well under way with the construction.
Hull and superstructure of NEW Moonen Matica YN198 Yacht joined together
Hull and superstructure of Moonen Matica YN198 joined together - Image credit to Moonen Yachts
Moonen has proudly released an image of the new Caribbean Series Matica YN198 superyacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure now successfully joined together. She is scheduled for completion in May 2016.
Yachting Developments and Adam Lay Studio release first interior details about Beautiful 34m Frers-designed Hull 1012 Yacht
Yachting Developments superyacht Hull 1012
More information and renderings of the beautiful interiors of the 33,7m Frers sailing yacht Hull 1012 have been proudly unveiled by Yachting Developments and Adam Lay Studio. This striking sloop will comfortably sleep up to 8 guests.
Golden A’ Design Award for SARP 46M Superyacht by SARP YACHT
Sarp 46m Superyacht
The Golden A’ Design Award in Yacht and Marine Vessels Design Competition Category went to the striking Sarp 46m yacht by Sarp Yacht. This timeless vessel has been beautifully designed by Tanju Kalaycioglu and Sarp Yacht.