She is intended to be a Pleasure Yacht, offering adventure and stress free enjoyment to the lucky few. The cruising area is envisioned to be worldwide regions, The ship should be very self-sufficientable to operate in remote areas without port facilities. Systems need to be as simple and reliable as possible with good redundancy. She is constructing in Bremer Vulkan AG shipyard.
Several large shell doors P+S cut into the ships hull. 2 x Tender Garage doors, top hinged to permit launch recovery of tenders 1 x Balcony doors in the health spa, bottom hinged shell doors that open to create a balcony 2 x Low level shell doors for tender embarkation bow shape, curved stem, noticeable chine which in addition to more innovative appearance has some advantages – longer waterline length, lower resistance, lower power requirement, lower acceleration in rough sea, which allows increased comfort speed in a seaway and the chine reduced spray.
-TENDERS WATER TOYS
A large tender garage. The tender garage close to the water, it is low enough to allow quick launch & recovery. Overhead beam cranes are provided for that purpose. The cranes are multi-purpose.
There are 2 rescue / lifeboats. Providing rescue capacity on either ship side. Life raft capacity for 100% of persons onboard, suitable for extended voyages.
-18 GUEST ACCOMMODATION INCLUDING
-GUEST PUBLIC SPACES
Simple and reliable systems to be selected to assure the ships ability to operate away from developed ports and infrastructure. The self-sufficiency is intended to include and permit the ability to bypass systems and automation and run as many systems as practical in a get home mode, allowing the ship to be able to maintain basic safe operation, and propulsion power even in the event of damage, to allow the ship to continue its voyage out of remote areas without assistance, towards ports where shore support is more practical.
4 Diesel Generators are fitted with particle filters and high spec silencers. Emergency Generator High Speed Diesel generator, 380V 50Hz 3ph.
-INTEGRATED NAVIGATION BRIDGE
The Hull form is developed in the Naval Architecture section and the Superstructure will be shown in the Arrangement Plans and Perspective View. For the construction of the Hull and Superstructure, the Basic Design Drawings will be developed showing method of construction and principle material types and thickness (scantling drawings). The remaining structure including; box, stern, appendages, engine foundations etc will not be developed in the detail at this stage.