The forward helm position was decided early on in the development phase of the design process. On a functional level this provided unbeatable visibility from the helm and freed up lots of space aft for the central guests cabin and for required security staff to be stationed on the aft deck.
One of the main considerations during the development of the profile was the height of the owner. At 6’3” it was imperative that good head clearance was achieved. The tender garage on the mother ship provided generous box dimensions so there was plenty of freedom to be creative but the challenge was retain height but keep the boat well balanced with nice proportions. I believe we were successful in achieving this.
Inside you are cocooned in a womb like leather lined pod. The design theme here is organic with soft flowing lines and continuous panels. Even the floor has no end with a roll up teak edge detail. Privacy is provided by switchable glass panels on the sides and heavy tinted glass overhead and on the sliding doors forward and aft. 2 tv’s are integrated on the forward bulkhead along with controls for the sound system and extensive lighting scheme. With a ceiling peppered with fibre optic lighting and led strip integrated into window reveals and floor recesses the mood lighting possibilities are limitless.
Externally recessed rgb lighting is built into the edge of the gorgeous clear coat carbon arched roof. More recessed rope light is integrated at low level to ensure all guest deck areas are well illuminated.
The roof line and shapes in the profile relate effortlessly to the continuous flowing lines of the mother ship. The double curvature sliding glass panel also helps maintain easy access forward and aft. The distinctive oval window and scalloped hull detail work harmoniously in there scaled down form. Like the mothership the appearance is sporty and streamlined. Polished stainless detailing is pragmatic and well considered and the overall feel is sophisticated and unique.