Andrea Borzelli Architetto and Francesco Rogantin Naval Architect & Marine Engineer have designed a new series of superyacht measuring from 20 to 73 metres in length for the Korean yacht building company Daewoo. This particular motor yacht is a 24 m version, to be built in aluminium.
Exterior design, Layout and Interior: Andrea Borzelli Architetto
Naval Architecture e Engineeringing. Francesco Rogantin
Cantiere: Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering CO., LTD. in cooperation with GHI YACHTS
Description of the 24 metre yacht:
First of a series of nine models (20m-73m), this 24m boat entirely realized in aluminium has been designed by Andrea Borzelli’s Yacht Design firm for Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering CO., LTD. and will be built in collaboration with the South Korean shipyard GHI Yachts. The naval architecture and engineering have been developed by Naval Architect & Marine Engineer Francesco Rogantin.
The layout includes a main deck featured with a large lounge-dining area, day head, kitchen, pilot house and an outdoor relax area at the bow. The lower deck is featured by the crew area and four cabins for eight guests: a full beam owner cabin with an ample bathroom and dressing room, two twin cabins and a VIP at the bow.
The contemporary style interior play about as light-dark and gloss-matt contrasts through the use of different types of wood, leather, textiles, steel and lacquered surfaces in combination with a bespoke lighting project.
Hull and superstructure aluminium alloy Length over all: 81.40 ft (24.81 m) Length on the waterline: 71.60 ft (21.82 m) Beam: 20.30 ft (6.20 m) Draft: 3.90 ft (1.20 m) Displacement: 84 tons Fuel: 10,300 L Water: 1,200 L Speed Max: 29 knots Speed Cruise: 26 knots.