Sarp Yacht have achieved further shortlist success in the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2015, with their SAILING 30.30m yacht concept. Featuring interior design by Stephen Huish and exterior design as well as naval architecture by Osman Tanju Kalaycioglu, the SAILING 30.30m superyacht concept will compete for the ‘Yacht Concept up to 40 metres’ Award.
Speed, comfort, safety are the attributes of the newest SAILING 30.30m design from Sarp Yacht that define this yacht’s character.
The hull form is dominated by a long chine at about middle height of topsides. The inside volume and heeled stability is enhanced by this chine especially at aft part of hull. Two crew cabins are positioned in this flat portion aft of the galley and third guest cabin. A raised salon is the hub of all traffic onboard with access to all compartments. Forward of the salon down three stairs are two guest cabins. Further forward of this is positioned the master suite. All cabins are ensuite with separate shower stalls.
On deck forward of mast is completely flush with the exception of 120 mm high bulwarks running the length of the vessel. The anchor system is also hidden under a flush hatch, deployed by utilising a folding arm. A mixture of hydraulic winches and captive winches enable this exciting yacht to be versatile in megayacht racing or three-crew passagemaking. Rig will be a tall, three swept-back spreader, carbon spar with nitronic rods. (EC6 carbon standing rigging is also possible).
The team would advise lazy-jacks and park avenue boom for performance, but as rig will be owner supplied, inboom furling can be fitted. Keel system is telescopic which consumes less space in the hull, but still lowering a huge bulb down to 4.6m from 3m.