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The design brief for this project specified a luxury dayboat capable of day long cruising at high speeds without compromising comfort. Easier said than done. We asked Michael Peters, master of the performance sport boat, to design a hull that would provide a comfortable ride at at high speeds.
The biggest hurdle to our goal was weight. The hull construction is a combination of cold-molded techniques and carbon fiber composites, enabling us to keep the displacement low while efficiently using one-off build techniques.
The yacht is full of little details that set it apart, such as the covered steps to the swim platform that appear at the push of a button.
The accommodations include a full beam master suite forward with private head and separate shower. The day head is accessed through the guest cabin, which has twin berths. There is a full galley below. The wheelhouse includes port and starboard forward facing benches for helmsman and passenger and port and starboard seating and power windows. There is a small cockpit with bench seating. Access to the swim platform is via a hidden transom stair which is exposed by actuating a powered pantograph door.