Construction of the 36m/118ft all-aluminium motor yacht began in late 2018 with naval architecture from Van Oossanen Naval Architects and an exterior design by Claydon Reeves featuring a plumb bow and a Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF).
The 298 GT interior includes an open-plan main deck salon and formal dining area with a wet bar between the two social areas. A fold-down terrace is to starboard the formal dining area, and the raised pilothouse acts as a second cosy lounge with access to the flybridge behind.
The accommodation sleeps a total of 10 guests over 5 cabins, which include a full-beam master suite on the main deck with access to a private lounging area on the bow, and of the four further guest cabins on the lower deck, one can be converted into a gym. The crew accommodation sleeps 6.
The lower deck aft has a large tender garage capable of storing a 6.5m/21ft tender, two jet skis, kayaks, Scuba diving gear and a range of inflatable and towable toys.
M/Y PROJECT WILDCARD is expected for delivery in mid-July and in the meantime she will undergo her sea trials, putting to the test her top speed of 16.8 knots and her cruising speed of 15 knots.