Concept Yachts at Monaco 2011Laura Nineham
Posted Friday, September 16th, 2011
Eye-catching, thought-provoking and just plain odd. Take a look at our pick of the designs launched at the Monaco Boat show in our gallery below, taken from the September/October 2011 edition of SuperYacht World
What is it? Although the 115 has a canoe stern, she also has a full-beam transom and a round-bilge displacement steel hull offering trans-oceanic range.
Why is it so special? Unusually, she is designed for an owner who plans to be closely involved in the running of his yacht by taking command himself. There is no captain’s cabin, so this is a design for an owner/ captain. Equally unusually, the tender and toys garage is forward of the engineroom, behind the crew forepeak area. Sturdy and easy-to-handle equipment is planned and systems will have back-ups for everything, making maintenance easy, wherever the yacht is in the world.
Favourite feature: The safe secure walkaround decks outside, perfect with young children and in rough seas.
Would appeal to: A captain-owner and his family.
Data LOA: 35.0m. Top speed: 13 knots. Range: 4,000nm @ 10 knots.