German Design office Joachim Kinder Designs based in Munich has designed a very unique 72′ flybridge motor yacht for Dubai Marine. The world premiere of the Joachim Kinder 72′ Motor yacht is planned for the Dubai International Boat Show 2012.
The basic outline for the 72′ Motor yacht by Joachim Kinder Design aimed to make this yacht very recognisable. The yacht incorporates a large proportion of glass on the superstructure and in the hull to blur the boundary between interior and exterior spaces. This modern concept has resulted in wonderful panoramic views, particularly when accompanied with glass bulwarks, without compromising the structural integrity of the yacht.
The exterior style of the Joachim Kinder 72′ motor yacht is very unique and sleek, evoked by winged deck lines. Large window sections and uncommon design solutions and alignments of the bulwark and stern area emphasize her length. Her hull colouring supports this powerful dynamic shape, like a relaxed animal that seems ready to develop tremendous power at any moment. The aesthetic tension creates a sporty appeal and the overall concept was developed from inside to outside in order to harmonise the hull’s lines with the yachts silhouette.
The J Kinder 72′ motor yacht features sizeable rectangular portholes are another eye-catching trademark. The windows play a key role in creating this yacht – the light and spacious interior eliminates the barriers to the external environment, allowing guests to integrate more fully with the yacht’s marine surroundings.
The Tender is situated in the aft garage and will be on- and off-loaded by a lowerable hydraulic bathing platform.
In choosing the colour scheme for the interior of the J Kinder 72′ motor yacht, fabrics and materials, were chosen to give the yacht lightness and a Mediterranean feel with a contemporary elegance. Zebrano wood was selected in combination with light oak parquet, white real leather contrasting with chromed stainless steel elements and glass, as well as delicious displays of various granites and stones.
On the inside of the salon, large windows contribute to giving the contemporary interior a loft feel. Low profile furnishings let the water views take over. Modern loose soft furniture from CASSINA and KOINOR in white leather and a raw light oak DINESEN parquet with wide planks, keep the ensemble supremely elegant. A privacy glass partition at the rear of the pantry, adjustable from opaque to transparent, gives the view free from the helm station to astern. A sizeable aft deck glass sliding door in combination with the sculptured staircase allowed an unobstructed observation of the stern.
The semi-closed pantry with a service counter is well-equipped with modern German appliances including a large refrigerator. Adjacent the pantry the dining table for 8 guests is placed with comfortable loose chairs.
The 72ft motor yacht is able to accommodate 8 guests in a four-stateroom layout with en-suite bathrooms. All the cabins are situated on the lower deck including the unique full-beam owner-state-room with an extraordinary bathroom layout. Free standing furniture and a large porthole creates a spacious feeling, with nature influencing the décor becoming an integral part of life aboard. Enormous windows bring the external world closer, while venetian blinds filter in privacy.
An additional crew cabin is situated in front of the engine room for a better noise insulation in the master-state-room. This cabin, the laundry and the engine room are accessible from the portside walkway.
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