HEY JUDE an Alloy Superyacht
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HEY JUDE Specifications
|Type/Year:||an Alloy Superyacht/2014|
|Builder/Designer:||Sam Sorgiovanni, Redman Whiteley Dixon Design, Redman Whiteley Dixon, Redman Whiteley Design, Alloy Yachts|
Luxury motor yacht HEY JUDE (AY54) is a breath-taking 44-metre displacement explorer, built by the leading NZ shipyard, Alloy Yachts. Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni, superyacht HEY JUDE boasts beautiful interior design by Redman Whiteley Dixon. Her launch is in 2014.
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"One of the most important elements for us at RWD is the personal relationships that we forge with our clients. It is also critical to us to ensure that designing and creating with that RWD partnership is a very, very enjoyable journey. So when visiting our unique studio, this might mean helicoptering in to stay in one of England's very best Country house spa hotels, the nearby Lime Wood, and perhaps enjoying riding in the New Forest, fly-fishing on one of the best chalk streams in the South, all things frankly which have nothing to do with yacht design, but add to the memories of the creation of that yacht. The more pleasurable we can make the whole design experience, the more valuable the journey is." - British superyacht designers Redman Whiteley Dixon.