Wednesday, April 30, 2014

New 35m Design By Pannone Architetti

Shuairan is a sleek 35m (115ft) superyacht designed by Pannone Architetti that's aimed to bring together the two worlds of motor yachts and sailing yachts. The project wants to be a point of contact between the two types of boats, between two ways to navigate and between two yacht philosophies that are often in contrast.

Her exterior lines are sleek, with high windows and a sharp bow that glides through the water. The deckhouse has large seemless windows that will allow natural light penetrate the saloon below, bringing the outside in. At the stern she will have a configuration of sofas similar to that seen motor yachts, but with two consoles for instruments next to the two rudders. Forward of the rudders, there will be an external dining area that's removable if necessary, to leave more freedom to maneuver in a superyacht regatta.

Inside at the stern, there will be an area with two crew cabins for the crew and one for the captain, kitchen and technical area. The accommodation for the guests will include three cabins with en suite bathrooms and an owners master cabin located forward with a full beam bathroom. She is a project that aims to satisfy the most demanding owners, who are searching for a unique project with a motor and sailing combination in design, comfort and safety.

Her lighting is designed to emphasize most of the exterior lines while the adjustable interior lighting provides maximum comfort at night for owner and guests.

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