Motor yacht
€ 7,600,000
Harun | 37.7 m | 2015

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New 51m Sinderella hybrid concept with underwater room and reflective exterior
A new 51-metre fast-displacement yacht concept, Sinderella, has been released from the drawing boards of DFD Design and Cantu Design. The sub-500 GT concept is decorated with exterior reflective glass that helps to create the dynamic pattern across the yacht.I wanted to create something that combines the best of American and European design philosophies,” explains John Cantu, who founded his studio in 2015.Taking an environmental focus, the designers aimed to make their concept adaptable to future technologies and available with a hybrid propulsion package for two hours of electric power and zero emissions.Inside, up to 10 guests could be accommodated across five en-suite rooms with a full-beam master’s suite on the upper deck and four guest cabins on the lower deck. A “Solemare” room at the bottom of the yacht design offers unique views of marine life below the waterline as well as a spot to relax at the end of the day. The concept’s skylounge has dining and lounging capacities, and an area for alfredo dining to its aft.As well as a stylish plum bow, Sinderella’s exterior is decorated with reflective glass that helps to create the dynamic pattern across the yacht. She hosts a range of notable features such as her sundeck with a touch-and-go helipad, Jacuzzi and a glass overhang that doubles as an adaptable awning for the decks below. Additionally, a large beach club with fold-down sections and direct access to the “Solemare” room and storage for all water toys adjacent.“This is the sort of look I think we should be producing in America. Sinderella has a sexy side to it but is also tough in its appearance and it piques your interest — it is the grand and magical ball that is still there when you wake up the next morning.” - John Cantu, founder of Cantu Design.
On board of Bilgin's new 80-meter Tatiana
The 80-metre Bilgin Yachts Tatiana is the first of three 80-metre Bilgin 263 superyachts to be built by the Turkish yard (with completion on the other two units slated for 2021 and 2022 respectively), with delivery expected to her owner in 2021. Here, we take a first look on board the 1,670 GT vessel which springs from the drawing boards of Unique Yacht Design (for her exteriors) and long-term Bilgin design partner H2 Yacht Design (interiors).With eco-friendly elements built into the core of the vessel's design, motor yacht Tatiana was built in accordance with the latest IMO Tier III standards and comes fitted with a special exhaust system for “100% clean air emissions," according to her builder."Bilgin 263 is truly one-of-a-kind with her design and comfort elements," comments Emrecan Özgün from Unique Yacht Design. "We created a very attractive yacht with a sleek and sexy profile while avoiding a high dosage of design clichés. The increase in living areas normally results in bulky designs. The Bilgin 263 has a design attitude that will dominate the yachting sector around the world. This will clearly make her a trendsetter among steel-aluminium superyachts of today."He continues: "The owner of 80-metre Tatiana, namely NB75, is in love with sportive and contemporary lines while paying lots of attention to aesthetical details. From the very first meeting, we focused on creating a sport superyacht with elegant living areas. In fact, it was a challenge for us to design a yacht which was both sportive and masculine. We spent so many others working on the details in order to combine different features and make the owner feel at home."Tatiana's contemporary layout incorporates generous living areas, with a huge spa and a beach club located on the aft deck. Accommodation is offered for up to 12 guests across eight staterooms, including an owner's cabin on its own dedicated deck, four additional guest staterooms located on the main deck and one guest stateroom (as well as two crew cabins) on the lower deck. Guests are looked after by a 25 person strong crew.Jonny Horsfield from H2 Yacht Design explains the concept behind Tatiana's interior design: "If we speak about Tatiana, the theme of the interior is based on a light but rich palette while the design is definitely crisp and contemporary in feel."He continues: "The design can be described as layers of luxury modern. We wanted to achieve an open, airy feel for a clean, sleek look. So the best option was to use light and textured luxury materials. With her sharp, crisp interior lines giving that feel of modernity, we made extensive use of a contrasting combination of rich Macassar veneer and a light eucalyptus, while a book match pattern and gloss finish give a luxurious feel.''"This is combined with plenty of marble and touches of detail such as backlight marble, 3D carved stone, and strong textures."One standout area on board Tatiana can be found in her aft deck beach club. As the epicentre of the yacht, it is directly connected to the main saloon via a staircase and comes complete with a 9-metre swimming pool (with skylights allowing in ample natural light) as well as a wealth of amenities, including a bar, sunbeds, hammam and a massage room.In terms of performance, Tatiana's well-balanced and optimized superstructure enables her to reach a top speed of 19 knots with zero dynamic trim.As Emrecan Özgün explains: "She will be a very economical yacht compared to her contemporaries. Additionally, while sailing at 12 knots speed with the power of 2,560 kW twin engines and a generator, the fuel consumption is around 250 litres per hour, which we have been used to seeing on a 40-metre yacht until now. So Tatiana is a different, brand-new concept, not only based on her design attitude but also with her performance."Guests can make the most of a plethora of amenities on board Tatiana, including her fully-equipped gym with sauna on the portside lower deck as well as a large movie theatre. Ideally set up for bothnwork and play, Tatiana also comes complete with a private office on the bridge deck and a skylounge which is themed as a sports bar.
The Biggest Yacht Harbour Stories of November
1) Alva Yachts announces Eco Cruiser 50: it is the first monohull electric Yacht Alva Yachts Eco Cruiser 50 is a brand-new motor yacht, powered by electric motors, with solar panels and hydrogen fuel cells for a totally clean navigation. Unprecedented space and silent cruising guarantee the maximum comfort.Alva Yachts, the German shipyard of electrical floating solutions, took another step forward and launches its first monohull electric yacht, named Eco Cruiser 50. It is a 15.20-meter motor yacht, specifically designed for electric propulsion, with a peculiar layout made to maximize space, and customized solutions with plenty of possibilities for the interiors. It has been designed by Henndesign to perfectly suit customers who like to cruise and explore while yachting. At 50 feet, it will be the smallest model in the Alva Yachts range, meant to reach new markets and especially a wider range of boaters.2) Merveille and Feadship Yachting Revealed 77.1 Metre Eco Explorer ConceptDutch yard Feadship with the French studio Marveille Yachting presented plans for a 77.11 metre Eco Explorer concept. The concept encompasses the most of motor and sailing yachts and features a much lighter hull shape, one of the features that helps further reduces fuel consumption.Cantenot revealed that work began on the project a year ago. One key feature is a mast system with wings “that can be propelled at twice the strength as a traditional rig,” Vollet said, meaning that fuel consumption is vastly reduced on board. 3) Lürssen successfully redelivers 110m KAOS ex JUBILEE following an extensive refitThe 110-metre Kaos has left the Lürssen Blohm+Voss facilities in Hamburg and has been redelivered to her delighted owners. She marks Lürssen’s biggest refit to date which commenced at the end of March 2019 resulting in modifications to both her interior and the exterior. Stay tuned for our other upcoming articles.
The all-black 43m sporty superyacht concept BadGal by Officina Armare
Design studio Officina Amare has announced its latest superyacht concept BadGal. The 43-metre BadGal combines the studio’s traditional design and recognisable style with characterising arched sides and sporty lines. BadGal's showcases large black windows with a high sheer line that runs the entire length of the vessel from bow to stern. BadGal's concept has a glass dome-shaped upper deck and a bow shape which is optimised for speed.The concept’s interior decor contains woods, stones and metals with a layout that includes a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and accommodation for up to 10 guests. Bow mooring equipment will be hidden under the upper deck flooring in order to keep a smooth overall design. To leave more space in the lower deck, a v-drive transmission configuration has been chosen to reduce the size of the engine room area.BadGal will have double MTU 12V 4000CM93L engines to achieve top speed of over 29 knots.Credits: OFFICINA ARMARE
Benetti began construction on 62-meter superyacht FB283
Construction has begun on the new 62 metre Benetti superyacht FB283.A construction milestone marked the start of construction. The traditional coin ceremony took place in Livorno, followed by the keel laying.The new 62 metre Benetti when complete will will have a fast displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a tapering stern and long bow.Benetti collaborated with Giorgio M Cassetta and Van Oossanen Naval Architects on the design and prioritised requirements for speed, silent running, family use and autonomy.The new 62 metre Benetti will have “modern style” interiors flooded with light and plenty of storage for diving equipment, water toys and tenders.Speaking about the project, Cassetta stated that the team had “established a transparent and constructive relationship with the owner. We’re very grateful for being given the freedom to envisage a project that will be a milestone for our firm,”Credits: Benetti Yachts