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AB116 Yacht DIAMOND with interior design by Guido de Groot

March 11, 2013

Written by zuzana

The prestigious International Superyacht Society (ISS) Design and Leadership Awards annually recognize individuals as well as companies for their expertise, leadership and dedication to raising the standards of design, building, maintenance, repair and operation of large yachts. It is a remarkable achievement in itself to be nominated as a finalist in these most competitive super yacht awards in the industry. Last year, Guido de Groot Design has been listed with the AB116 Yacht DIAMOND.

AB 116 superyacht

AB 116 superyacht

Motor yacht Diamond features a split level main salon, which follows the AB tradition of creating large vertical spaces ahead of the helm position. The yacht features a generous full beam master cabin, with a spacious bathroom, and relaxation lounge. She also has a fitness room that can be converted in a twin cabin, a further two twin cabins and a VIP double cabin. Her contemporary interior can be described as uncomplicated without being minimalist, with light colours and contrasting finishes.

Like the other yachts built by AB Yachts, the 116 superyacht Diamond is built using materials borrowed from the aerospace industry, which ensure light weight, yet high strength and solidity. She displays the sleek, tapered and harmonious lines of an open, emphasized by an iridescent, lightly gilded livery. There’s also a flying bridge, though this is almost invisible to onlookers.

Lovely interior design by Guido de Groot aboard Diamond Yacht

Lovely interior design by Guido de Groot aboard Diamond Yacht

AB116 luxury yacht Diamond is powered by three MTU 16V2000 M93 CR engines, producing 2400 HP each, with 3 MJP water jets that allow the new AB 116 to reach a maximum speed of 46 knots with the utmost confidence and total absence of vibrations.

Below is a selection of the outstanding charter yachts with design by Guido de Groot.

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Wally 164 Yacht BETTER PLACE with interior design by Wetzels Brown Partners shortlisted for IY&A Award 2013

March 08, 2013

Written by zuzana

The breathtaking 50-metre Wally sailing yacht Better Place has recently reached the shortlist for the International Yacht and Aviation Award 2013 in the ‘Yacht Interior Design’ category. Boasting sophisticated exterior design by Tripp Design and beautiful interior design by Wetzels Brown Partners, the Wally 164 yacht Better Place represents the world’s largest carbon fibre sloop, defining sporty luxury at its best with the inside to outside connections.

50m Wally superyacht Better Place - Photo by Gilles Martin Raget

50m Wally superyacht Better Place - Photo by Gilles Martin Raget

The brief was to create a really special yacht taking the Wally concept for outdoor living and clean, exciting design style to the next level by adding mega yacht luxury and comfort levels. The Wetzels Brown Partners strived to push boundaries, question requirements and provide a framework for a relaxed lifestyle onboard with no compromise for comfort in the detailing of the interior elements and the accessories – specially designed bed linen, fine porcelain and touch screen controls.

Sailing yacht Better Place - Interior by Wetzels Brown Partners - Photo Toni Meneguzzo

Sailing yacht Better Place - Interior by Wetzels Brown Partners - Photo: Toni Meneguzzo

The interior design of the Wally 164 superyacht Better Place is based on the following key design principles, which were fundamental to the owner:

1) Modern design that works – Clean understandable routing with ease of access and flexibility of use for both guests and crew.

2) A rejuvenating on the water experience. On board one gets the feeling of being in touch with the sea (hull shape is visible throughout).

3) A light spacious feel – Uncluttered space creates a calm and relaxing heaven for the Client.

4) Use of colour – The base finishes are soft shades with unexpected splashes of colour provided by the lighting and accessories.

Bugatti blue identifies owner’s loft with raspberry red, glossy black and ice green in the guest cabins. The crew areas are finished in calming sky blue.

5) Attention to detailing – Streamlined interiors without excessive ornament or accessories. This caters to both the weight saving principles and also the philosophy for this refined state-of-the-art luxury.

The International Yacht and Aviation Awards are now closed. Voting will commence on Monday 11 March.

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72m motor yacht OCEAN ATRIUM design concept by LP Design Ltd UK

March 05, 2013

Written by Eva Belanyiova

One of the main characteristics of the outwardly dynamic 72m (236ft) motor yacht OCEAN ATRIUM ocean-going design by LP Design Ltd UK is, in fact, obtained by the innovative interior architecture. The philosophy behind this unique superyacht OCEAN ATRIUM is to provide flexible internal areas using a one-of-a-kind formula of multi-level, terraced spaces within. This development strategy not only aided in the creation of the vessel’s exterior lines, but will, without any doubt, provide a very special experience on board – inside and out. All this, atop one of several candidate shipyards’ technical platforms.

LP Design created 72m Ocean Atrium superyacht concept - Render

LP Design created 72m Ocean Atrium superyacht concept - Render

A major challenge of the open architecture is to address the safety and code requirements in a creative and effective way.  Related, state of the art environmental systems, including IMO Tier III compliant exhaust system, are anticipated.  Additionally, a bulbous forefoot gives the hullform efficiency and functionality at anchor.  For no-anchor scenarios, a dynamic positioning system    is available.  Zero-speed stabilisation comes via a four fin configuration.

Principal Designer Richard Liebowitz says of the new 72m Ocean Atrium yacht design:  “It’s an evolution of themes we’ve been keenly developing.  We’re very much interested in offering owners something outside of that repeated, conventional layout.  It’s an ‘integral’  notion, not even directly linked to style or decoration.  It’s about dramatic space.”

LP Design - Motor Yacht Ocean Atrium

LP Design - Motor Yacht Ocean Atrium

At fair weather destinations, an array of watertight operable hull apertures can open to provide dramatic and functional “terraces on the sea”.  Other features include diverse tender compliment, touch-and-go helicopter facility, newest safety and communications systems, sophisticated crew circulation plan, plus the latest leisure facilities optimised for charter service.  Accommodation is for 12 guests and up to 22 crew, plus 2 staff.

Related, LP Design Ltd UK are also producing a similar design for the under-500 gross ton regulation class:  In short, the best and newest spatial and amenity innovations in a more market-focused size, with realistic operating costs.  The smaller package – perhaps even more challenging from a design standpoint – may prove a true industry game-changer, ideally in the semi-production market.

Luxury mega yacht Ocean Atrium design concept by LP Design - lounge

Luxury mega yacht Ocean Atrium design concept by LP Design - lounge

Preliminary Specifications OCEAN ATRIUM 72m

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Length 72.00 metre (236.00 foot)

Beam, Moulded 13.25m (44.46ft)

Draft 3.60m (11.80ft)

Displacement 1450 Tons @ full load

Gross Tonnage 2100 (est.)

Class Lloyds and MCA, LY3 compliant

Structural material Steel hull, aluminium superstructure

Cruise Speed Approx 15 knots

Range 7000 miles at economical cruising speed

Main Engines 2 x 1760kW MTU 16V diesels x twin, fixed prop

Generators 3 x 360 kW

Stabilizers Zero Speed  4 fin system or 2 fin retractable

Fuel Capacity 200,000 litres, estimate

Fresh Water Capacity 80,000 litres, estimate

Steering gear: Rolls Royce Marine

Bowthruster: Fixed 300kw, approx

Sternthruster Schottel Pumpjet

Dynamic Positioning: Konsberg or sim. if spec’d.

Anchor windlass: Steen, electrically frequency driven

Fire control system: Watermist interior system, Novec FiFi System

Helideck Fire control: Viking foam applicator + CO2 Extinguishers

Lifeboats Norsafe

Noise / vibration levels: average 40-45db(A)dB in key guest areas at 80% MCR

Passengers: 12 (in Owner Stateroom, VIP, Four Guests Staterooms.)

Staff: 2-4

Crew: 22

SHIPBOARD FEATURES:

–  Two story salon, with closable loft on upper level

–  Separate internal circulation for guests, officers and crew

–  Treatments salon for massage, etc, including ENT & dental equipment.

–  Guest elevator and separate food service lift

–  Spa tub

–  Helicopter Touch and Go facility.

–  Beach Club, at Lazarette deck with full fishing facility as required

–  Sauna and Steam room, (with optional operable “beach terrace”)

–  Gymnasium

–  Guest Cinema

–  10.0m (33ft) heavy weather twin diesel jet tender for diving,provisioning

–  6.0 m (20ft) watersports tender

–  5.30m (17ft) crew and rescue tender

–  3 x Personal Watercraft

–  2 x lapstrake rowing or sailing skiffs + Misc. water toys

–  Diving gear, Air and nitrox filling stations

–  Trekking equipment store

NOTE:  All yacht specifications and details are preliminary, and are subject to change.

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Vain Interiors’ interior scheme on board 77 m Hanseatic Yacht SMERALDA to compete for IY&A Award 2013

February 15, 2013

Written by zuzana

Vain Interiors‘ interior scheme on board 77 m Hanseatic motor yacht Smeralda has reached the shortlist for the Yacht Interior Design Award at the upcoming International Yacht and Aviation Awards 2013. Designed by Espen Oeino, the breathtaking Smeralda yacht herself has also been nominated within the Asia Pacific Yacht and Aviation Awards 2013.

77 m Hanseatic Yacht Smeralda with interior design by Vain Interiors

77 m Hanseatic Yacht Smeralda with interior design by Vain Interiors

The interior design scheme on board superyacht Smeralda was led by Vain Interiors’ Andreas Holnburger, who shares his thoughts on the project here: “When I started this project the guideline was very clear regarding the general arrangement of Smeralda. The Owner wanted to take advantage of the already developed design that was used on Silver and Silver Zwei, in order to utilize the “blueprint” as a series. As the Owner had used the first 2 boats extensively, it was quite easy to incorporate all the improvements he wanted to make into the interior design from a technical side.

Luxury yacht Smeralda - Interior

Luxury yacht Smeralda - Interior

“While creating the design concept for the interior I paid close attention to the owner’s identity and lifestyle and developed an interior that is luxurious, sophisticated and modern, without being formal. I knew that the interior of the yacht had to reflect this kind of lifestyle in order to be in synch with the Owner.

Mega yacht Smeralda providing maximum comfort

Mega yacht Smeralda providing maximum comfort

“Beyond this, I wanted to create a very individual interior with a harmonious but distinctive range of colours and gentle contrast. This was brought forth through the careful selection of materials which reveal their beauty upon touch, through the tactile nature of their textures. Over time these materials will develop a rich patina, bringing out the depth of their natural beauty even more. The unexpected combination of the highest quality materials on subtle surfaces, combined with the smooth and sophisticated lines of Smeralda, has resulted in the ultimate expression of a lifestyle instilled with timeless beauty.”

Luxurious cabins aboard Smeralda superyacht

Luxurious cabins aboard Smeralda superyacht

The 3rd annual International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2013 will close for applications on Friday 1st March.

The awards will be celebrated at the Dorchester hotel, London, on Friday 19 April 2013.

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Interior images of the Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht GIGI II

January 28, 2013

Written by zuzana

Presented at the 2012 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the all-new 125 Raised Pilothouse motor yacht Gigi II is a beautiful vessel, constructed by the well known US shipyard, Hargrave Custom Yachts. Gigi II yacht features naval architecture by J.B. Hargrave Yacht Design, while her lovely interiors are designed by Shelley DiCondina of Yacht Interiors by Shelley.

Luxury motor yacht Gigi II by Hargrave Custom Yachts - view from above

Luxury motor yacht Gigi II by Hargrave Custom Yachts - view from above Photo by Marc Paris

Accommodation aboard the 125′ Hargrave superyacht Gigi II is offered to up to 8 guests and a crew of 5 professionals. Gigi II boasts beautiful European styling, incorporating full ‘wrap-around’ windows.

Luxury yacht Gigi II - bow

Luxury yacht Gigi II - bow Photo by Marc Paris

Gigi II Yacht - Sundeck

Gigi II Yacht - Sundeck Photo by Marc Paris

Superyacht Gigi II - Main Deck - Aft View

Superyacht Gigi II - Main Deck - Aft View Photo by Marc Paris

125ft motor yacht Gigi II - Spa Pool

125ft motor yacht Gigi II - Spa Pool Photo by Marc Paris

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Wheelhouse

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Wheelhouse Photo by Marc Paris

Built to the highest quality as well as safety standards, the Hargrave 125 RPH luxury yacht Gigi II is run by twin Caterpillar C-32, 1825hp diesel engines, reaching a top speed of 19 knots. She can comfortably cruise at 15 knots.

Motor yacht Gigi II - Galley

Motor yacht Gigi II - Galley Photo by Marc Paris

125' Yacht Gigi II - Dining

125' Yacht Gigi II - Dining Photo by Marc Paris

Gigi II superyacht - Salon

Gigi II superyacht - Salon Photo by Marc Paris

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Master Cabin

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Master Cabin Photo by Marc Paris

Gigi II Yacht - Master Cabin - Double Bathroom

Gigi II Yacht - Master Cabin - Double Bathroom Photo by Marc Paris

125ft superyacht Gigi II - VIP Cabin

125ft superyacht Gigi II - VIP Cabin Photo by Marc Paris

Gigi II superyacht - VIP Bathroom

Gigi II superyacht - VIP Bathroom Photo by Marc Paris

New Hargrave Yacht Gigi II - King Bedroom

New Hargrave Yacht Gigi II - King Bedroom Photo by Marc Paris

Luxury yacht Gigi II - Guest Bathroom

Luxury yacht Gigi II - Guest Bathroom Photo by Marc Paris

Gigi II Yacht - Day Head

Gigi II Yacht - Day Head Photo by Marc Paris

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Captains Cabin

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Captains Cabin Photo by Marc Paris

Gigi II superyacht - Crew Mess

Gigi II superyacht - Crew Mess Photo by Marc Paris

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Engine Room

Hargrave 125 RPH Yacht Gigi II - Engine Room Photo by Marc Paris

Below is a gallery for the superb charter yachts built by Hargrave.

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CNB sailing yacht Evoe 100 concept with interior design by Rhoades Young

January 24, 2013

Written by zuzana

The latest sailing yacht Evoë 100 concept is an integral part of an elegant new family of Superyachts from CNB. The breathtaking Evoë 100 superyacht concept is designed by well known naval architects Berret-Racoupeau, while her interior design is by Rhoades Young Design.

CNB superyacht Evoe 100 concept with interior design by Rhoades Young

CNB superyacht Evoe 100 concept with interior design by Rhoades Young

The interior of luxury yacht Evoë 100 concept combines minimalist styling with exacting symmetry to create a pure aesthetic, beyond which lies sophisticated detailing.

Luxury sailing yacht Evoe 100 design - Interior

Luxury sailing yacht Evoe 100 design - Interior

Panoramic views are provided via full height glass that envelops the deck saloon and creates a connection between the Evoë 100 yacht and her environment.

CNB Yacht Evoe 100 Concept - Interior Design by Rhoades Young

CNB Yacht Evoe 100 Concept - Interior Design by Rhoades Young

Ecological high contrast materials emphasise the difference between structure and furniture, highlighting where the geometric furniture is peeled away to reveal the organic form of the CNB Evoë 100 superyacht concept.

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Rhoades Young working on interior of new 47 m Benetti motor yacht FB502 with launch in summer 2013

January 24, 2013

Written by zuzana

Rhoades Young Design are pleased to present their involvement with a new client in the development of the interior for the new 47 m Benetti FB502 yacht that is presently in build in Livorno. The all-new 47 m Benetti motor yacht Hull FB502 represents the second collaboration of Rhoades Young with Benetti. The studio is working very closely with the Owner’s representative to develop a fresh and contemporary interior using tones of grey and contrasting dark woods.

47 m Benetti Yacht with interior design by Rhoades Young

47 m Benetti FB502 Yacht with interior design by Rhoades Young

The design of the 47 m Benetti luxury yacht FB502 incorporates many exciting decorative ideas from the Owner and will have a dramatic and exciting feel to compliment the usual high level of detail that Rhoades Young Design enjoy.

Rhoades Young Design have worked very much hand in hand with the Benetti design team discussing, sketching and developing the efficient layout and drama of the interior, alongside the technical requirements that naturally always exist.

Rhoades Young and Benetti eagerly await the results of this diverse and exciting partnership when the 47 m Benetti yacht Hull FB502 launches in the summer of 2013.

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Hoek and Rhoades Young designed 48 m Royal Huisman classic sailing yacht RHS 393 in build

January 24, 2013

Written by zuzana

The renowned UK-based design studio, Rhoades Young Design, is delighted to be working with Hoek Design on the new 48 m sailing yacht RHS 393. Scheduled for launch in early 2014, the magnificent Hull 393 superyacht is a classic sloop that is currently in build at Royal Huisman, with project management from MCM.

48 m Royal Huisman sailing yacht RHS 393 designed by Hoek and Rhoades Young

48 m Royal Huisman sailing yacht RHS 393 designed by Hoek and Rhoades Young

The interior features stained oak with dark walnut floors, using architecture consisting of rationalised classic detailing. Luxury yacht RHS 393 will have a fresh and colourful palette, with the layout and feel of a true classic combined with a calmer and more informal level to the detail.

The owner of Hull 393 yacht has been very involved with her creation and together with Rhoades Young Design they have gone into great depths to explore a wide range of different approaches to all elements of the project. Working with the team, this has not only been possible but a highly enjoyable and rewarding process and Rhoades Young Design looks forward to the realization of a raft of new ideas.

Project involvement expanded to the aesthetic design of a new spar and boom design for Rondal, a first for Rhoades Young Design.

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Jongert 3200P Yacht P1113 styled by Rhoades Young Design

January 24, 2013

Written by zuzana

Sailing yacht P1113 is the first model in a new high performance Jongert 3200P line, which construction will start soon. The 32 m Jongert 3200P yacht has been styled both inside and out by Rhoades Young Design and boasts a number of amazing features that set her apart from her contemporaries.

Jongert 3200P luxury yacht P1113 styled by Rhoades Young Design

Jongert 3200P luxury yacht P1113 styled by Rhoades Young Design

Unique features include an Owner’s Cabin with direct access to a private terrace and seating area. The predominantly glass aft bulkhead provides unparalleled views of the sea – even from the bed – and bathes the cabin with natural light. Tall vertical portlights provide light and wonderful visibility throughout the guest area below deck, whilst the full height glass in the upper saloon deck house has been designed to give uninterrupted views to the horizon from the spacious seating arrangement.

Jongert 3200P superyacht P1113 - Interior

Jongert 3200P superyacht P1113 - Interior

The main cockpit of the Jongert 3200P luxury yacht P1113 is centred around the twin helm stations, providing a spacious yet integrated control area that is perfect for guests to feel close to the action, whilst the numerous seating arrangements provide a variety of experiences throughout the cockpit.

There is great flexibility in this production platform, with designs for 4, 3 or 2 cabins and layout options both fore and aft to accommodate each Owner’s specific requirements. The Doug Peterson hull design adds speed and stability to her sleek style and pedigree.

Jongert 3200P luxury yacht P1113

Jongert 3200P luxury yacht P1113

2013 sees work continue apace on the large variety of projects currently under development in the office of Rhoades Young Design, including: the Dale 35 Classic picnic boat; the Berret-Racoupeau designed Bougainville reaching completion at Claasen Jachtbouw; the 45m Dixon Yacht Design performance sloop YIII and the Super J-Class yacht J-8 both currently under construction at Holland Jachtbouw; and the 48m Hoek Design classic sloop in-build at the Royal Huisman shipyard.  The diversity and individuality of each project continues to provide the studio with unique challenges, creating fantastic opportunities for creative and innovative design.

Below is a gallery for the superb charter yachts with design by Rhoades Young Design.

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43m Sailing Yacht by Jim Robert Sluijter

December 27, 2012

Written by Eva Belanyiova

To obtain his master’s degree in Integrated Product Design at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, Dutch design student Jim Robert Sluijter decided to take on a new challenge and design a sailing yacht. In order to gain the best experience, he spent two months at the Andrew Winch Designs studio and three months at Vitters Shipyard to complete his graduation project. The assignment was to design a new deckhouse and cockpit area for a 43-metre sailing yacht.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht

To begin with, the project was based on a hull and a layout of an existing 43-metre sailing yacht, except for the cockpit and salon/deckhouse.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Birds view

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Birds view

The inspiration behind the design is based on requests by a fictional client with a young family and two children aged 4 and 9. In addition the Owner is very tall (2,05m), requiring additional adjustments in design. Because a yacht of 43 metres provides larger open spaces than a smaller sailing boat, children find more difficulty in moving around, while the yacht is at sea. The handles and bulkheads to hold onto are hard to reach, due to the size of the yacht, limiting children’s enjoyment while the yacht is under sail. Surely, while the yacht is at anchor, children have fun outside, however it becomes more difficult during long crossings.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Interior layout

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Interior layout

Accommodation aboard the Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m sailing yacht is provided to the Owner, his wife, two children and four additional guests.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Child-friendly interior

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Child-friendly interior

The most important exterior design feature of this luxury yacht is her sleek exterior profile. Even though the interior provides enough headroom for the tall owner, the designer was able to maintaing her sleek profile, by detaching the profile line from the deckhouse towards the front.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Interior

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht - Interior

On the other hand, the most significant interior design feature is her salon, breathing an ambience of child friendliness, incorporating bright colours with dark rounded edges throughout. Its layout allows children to be able to hold onto something at any location in the saloon and offers a dedicated area for them to play within. Special seats for the children and a multifunctional wall define this ‘play zone’. The flexibility of seats support the needs of the children, whether they want to lie down, play video games, play with toys or study. In addition it allows for additional use of these seats when children are not  on board.  The multifunctional can hold trophies and ‘treasures’ collected by children during the voyages, such as locally found items, rocks, shells – a fun and adventurous way to record their journeys.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Super Yacht

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Super Yacht

The yacht is designed to be constructed with an aluminium hull and an aluminium or carbon fibre superstructure, depending on the client’s desires. In terms of design and construction, technical equipment in and around the salon of the existing yacht were analysed, such as the fan coils units, navigation equipment, engine room ventilation and captive winches. These elements were rearranged, so they would work well with the new design. For example, the captive winches had to be rearranged, compared to the original yacht, because of the low continuous line of the profile. This made the ventilation air slots move higher up to the side. In the new design, they form a unique detail and a funny reference, since some fish have similar shaped gills with comparable functionality.

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Super Yacht

Jim Robert Sluijter designed 43m Sailing Yacht

About Jim Robert Sluijter

Jim Robert Sluijter is a Dutch design student who gained experience in designing motor yachts thanks to his internship at De Voogt Naval Architects and Andrew Winch Designs. He was a runner up at this year’s ShowBoats for the Young Designer of the Year Award. As mentioned previously, he has decided to take on a new challenge in the form of a sailing yacht, to get his master’s degree in Integrated Product Design at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. To have the best learning experience, he has spent two months at the office of Andrew Winch Designs and three months at Vitters Shipyard to complete his graduation project – the 43m Sailing Yacht.

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