Monday, March 31, 2014

Erdevicki Superyacht Design's New Explorer

Erdevicki superyacht design have presented their newest creation, the modernisation of a 38m (125ft) trawler. The brief was to minimise any structural changes to the hull and accommodation while updating the exterior look of the trawler into a modern day explorer. The design needed to incorporate modern exterior lines and curves to soften the harsh rugged appearance of the trawler.

The original portholes in the hull were retained with the six mid-hull ones enlarged to allow more light to the lower deck. The large windows on the main deck are integrated together to give a stunning panoramic appearance which will let in more natural light and give great outside views.

The superstructure has been redesigned with rounded curves for a softer look and the fly bridge remains the same original size but with a larger wrap around windshield. The upper deck will be able to carry two tenders, a dinghy and two jet skis which are all handled by a hydraulic crane that's stowed neatly on the deck.

She will have accommodation for 10 – 11 guests in one master suit and four double guest cabins, one with an additional pullman berth. The crew of 6 or 7 is accommodated in four cabins that include the captains plus three doubles. She will have a range of 4000nm at a cruising speed of 12kts.

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