Internationally acclaimed Dutch builders and designers Hakvoort, Van Oossanen Naval Architects and Omega Architects have come together to create the 45.2m/148ft luxury yacht PROJECT ADUR, announced at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 with delivery set for Q2 2021.
Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she is designed to offer excellent performance and an impressive speed for her size without high fuel consumption. To achieve this goal, a patented Hull Vane fixed foil will be fitted that will be constructed from composite for the first time specifically for the luxury yacht. Depending on sea conditions, the LOA and speed of the vessel, the Hull Vane has reduced fuel consumption by 5-15%.
In-line with her brief for outstanding performance, PROJECT ADUR will use two electric boosters connected via the yacht’s gensets and be able to reach a top speed of 26.5 knots, and a cruising speed of 12 knots with a range of more than 4,000 nautical miles.
Guest privacy was also an important aspect for life on board, and among her design features are dark tinted windows, high gunwales and a sheltered upper deck aft to achieve this end.
Current information on the interior layout places three guest en-suite cabins on the lower deck and a Master suite on the main deck to accommodate a group of eight, with room on board to host a variety of water toys including a mini submarine.