YACHT DESIGN

Various Yacht Design and Naval Architecture projects 

Ecological and smart design with efficiency and beauty is no longer out of reach in the world of yachting. From to concept to the water, Refits, New Designs & Custom parts. Each project presents numerous interconnected challenges and opportunities with no one definite solution. Thus we combine our efforts and intertwine our thinking, problem solving and execution methods, skills and experience to better approach a challenge and produce the best possible final product. 

Tamarra's traditional superstructure was completely absorbed in the deck, leaving the exterior free of obstacles and allowing the students to see all winches, wheels and ropes. The masts allow the sails to be rolled directly inside them and be disassembled  and shipped/stored easily. Main mast stiffeners were replaced with secondary "masts" on the sides of the ship thus allowing their inner-rolled shaders to be unfolded when desired. The interior designed for 8 students produced an intimate assembly inside.

Area : 14m, 2 decks

Capacity : 2 operators, 10 guests

Speed : 27 knots

Concept : Tutoring vessel 

CTB is revolutionizing the traditional way of thinking about catamarn design. By embracing innovative concepts from the field of mechanical design and implementing them in the project the result is an ecological boutique apartments hotel on water. The concept dictates a different approach for the design which no longer considers the twin hulls and the superstructure as a rigid solid. Instead of inserting the functions of the GA into the volume created by the hulls design, the entire main deck is dedicated for humans while laying cushioned on top a shock softening twin hulls which also contains the mechanical areas.

Area : 24m length length,5 cabins, 3 decks

Capacity : 10 guests

Speed : 27 knots

Concept : Ecological Naval villa

Following the global safety rules each cruise ship's facade is inlaid with rescue vessels for emergencies. This fact no longer means that these bright orange elements, which invokes fear and suspicion, should be under-designed or even visible to the public. This project wishes to propose a new wholistic approach for this issue.

Area : 330m length, 48m width, 20 decks

Capacity : 5,000 guests, 1,500 employees

Speed : 27 knots

Concept : Eco-sensitive cruise ship

ONE1 is a flexible boat. Not only that the walls change the function of the space but the walls themselves can be changed in order to serve a whole different function completely. With her transformable and replaceable walls she strive to adapt and fulfill all her owner's needs and desires. The Base plan shows how the rails are ready to accommodate the wall system and turn the boat to fit for the desired function such as a Limousine, a Waterbus or a complete studio flat.

Area : 12m, 1 deck

Capacity : 2 operators, 10 guests

Speed : 38 knots

Concept : Tutoring vessel 

Designated to join the GREENPEACE's flotilla, this yacht was designed to carry a crew of +8 brave men and women to different missions around the world. Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organisation, which uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and to force the solutions which are essential to a green and peaceful future.

Area : 12m, 1 deck

Capacity : 2 operators, 10 guests

Speed : 38 knots

Concept : Tutoring vessel 

A galley is a type of ship that is propelled mainly by rowing. The galley is characterized by its long, slender hull, shallow draft and low free-board (clearance between sea and railing). Virtually all types of galleys had sails that could be used in favorable winds, but human strength was always the primary method of propulsion. This allowed galleys to navigate independently of winds and currents. The galley originated among the seafaring civilizations around the Mediterranean Sea in the late second millennium BC and remained in use in various forms until the early 19th century in warfare, trade and piracy.

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