On board Artefact with Superyacht Times
Posted on: Tuesday 16th November 2021
Posted on: Tuesday 16th November 2021
Read the full article here: https://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/editorial-features/nobiskrug-superyacht-artefact
Posted on: Monday 6th September 2021
Length over all: 122 m / 400’
Beam overall: 17.80 m / 58’4’’
Builder: Lürssen Yachts
Exterior Designer: Nuvolari-Lenard
Interior Designer: Reymond Langton
Lürssen is proud to announce the successful launch and unveiling of project JAG. She was launched on 22 June 2021 in the traditional fashion: down the slipway! She is built for a very experienced repeat client, who upgraded from his former 96-metre Lürssen yacht.
JAG’s build was supervised by Moran Yacht & Ship, who have a long-standing relationship with the client. For them, as well as for the long-time captain Kyle Fultz, it is the third Lürssen yacht for the same owner, whom they have supported with their vast combined experience.
Exterior designer Nuvolari-Lenard has given JAG very harmonious proportions, and with a length of 122 metres (including bow sprit) and a beam of 17.80 metres she boasts extraordinary volumes, accommodating all of the owner’s requirements whilst still maintaining sleek and elegant lines. Her interior, designed by Reymond Langton, is a beautiful, bespoke homage to the owner’s lifestyle when on board his yacht.
Posted on: Wednesday 30th June 2021
Imperial Yachts: In conversation with superyacht design duo Pascale Reymond and Andrew Langton.
With expertise in creating an extraordinary array of superyacht interior styles and exterior lines, the studio has also collaborated with leading shipyards. Discover what is currently on their drawing boards, an out of this world travel bucket list and the boat they would design for themselves.
Read the full article on the Imperial Yachts website
Photo credit: Imperial Yachts
Posted on: Friday 30th April 2021
As one of the most complex and environmentally-friendly vessels Nobiskrug has ever undertaken, the 80-metre superyacht Artefact is anything but ordinary. Getting to know more about this feature-rich superyacht has been a tantalizing trial. But now, after an up-close-and-personal account of what’s on board, SuperYacht Times shares how the well-known supplier List GC took to piecing together the yacht’s innovative interior.
Read the full article on the Superyacht Times website
Photo credit: Francisco Martinez / Superyacht Times
Posted on: Friday 5th March 2021
The completed structure of the first Conrad C144S superyacht has been placed into the shipyard’s outfitting hall in Gdansk, Poland where the yacht’s interiors and equipment will be installed. The move reveals the first look of the 44.27-metre yacht’s completed silhouette.
Upon completion, she will be able to accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms, including a private owner’s suite and four VIP cabins, as well as nine crew members to take care of them.
The C144S offers ample leisure spaces including an aft platform beach club, four separate lounge areas, two bars and dining areas and an infinity pool on her sundeck. The owner of the first C144S is to visit the shipyard in March to check the progress of the project ahead of her expected delivery date in 2022. A second hull is also currently in-build.
Read the full article on the Superyacht Times website
Photo credits: Conrad Yachts
Posted on: Friday 26th February 2021
We are extremely proud to hear that Artefact has been nominated as a finalist for the Boat International Design & Innovation Awards in five categories.
The categories are: Outstanding Exterior Motor Yacht Design (60m and above), Best Motor Yacht Interior Design (500GT and above), Best Naval Architecture Displacement Motor Yachts, Eco Award and Innovation of the Year award.
The winners will be announced at the Design and Innovation Awards ceremony, scheduled to take place in Milan on Thursday 15th July 2021.
Photo credits: Boat International & Francisco Martinez.
Posted on: Thursday 25th February 2021
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Photo credit: Tom Van Oossanen / Amels
Posted on: Friday 19th February 2021
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Credit: Superyacht Times
Posted on: Thursday 18th February 2021
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Photo credit: Conrad Shipyard
Posted on: Tuesday 9th February 2021
Displacement Motor Yachts Between 2,000GT and 4,999GT – Lady S
Naval architect: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects
Exterior design: Michael Leach Design
Interior design: Reymond Langton Design
The judges said selecting a winner from among the world’s largest and most luxurious yachts is always a notoriously difficult duty for the judges, given that they do not consider the individual tastes of owners, but focus their deliberations on quality, practicality, functionality and innovation. This year’s task was no exception. This class contained some exceptional yachts and while the ballot revealed extremely close scores, it showed Lady S, built by Feadship’s Royal Van Lent yard, with its elegant exterior design by Michael Leach and interiors by Reymond Langton, as the clear winner.
First, it was the elegance and harmony of her exterior lines that attracted the judges, whose gaze was then drawn past the decks’ practical features and luxurious furniture to the innovative layout that featured fire-pits on two levels, the largest sliding glass doors seen on any yacht, and a fully-certified helipad deck isolated from the bridge deck by a walkway. This, according to her builders, was the most detailed and complex exterior they had built to date in view of its radical shapes and complex engineering.
In the interior, the judges admired the huge windows and cool elegance of the owner and guest areas, and were fascinated by the boat’s many special features. These included a large gym on the bridge deck with expansive 180-degree views and a stunning beach club, as well as the only Dolby 3D IMAX cinema ever installed on a superyacht. This, the judges agreed, was a very special yacht.
To see all the winners please visit https://www.boatinternational.com/luxury-yacht-events/world-superyacht-awards/world-superyacht-awards-2020-winners
Posted on: Friday 13th November 2020
During lockdown Pascale was asked to speak with Andrea Tagliaferro otherwise known as the yacht dame. Andrea has created podcasts #yachtfemme to talk to women within yachting.
Below is a bit more about our very own Pascale Reymond:
Posted on: Wednesday 11th November 2020
The 110-metre Oceanco yacht Kaos formerly known as Jubilee departed Germany today after completing an intensive refit project at the Lürssen Blohm + Voss facilities in Hamburg that started in March 2019.
Reymond Langton was selected by the yacht’s new owners for the interior design of the project that saw the creation of several new spaces on board.
Read the full article on Superyacht Times by Charl van Rooy here.
Photos credit: Klaus Jordan
Posted on: Wednesday 4th November 2020
With the latest launch of the 163-foot-long Project Triton, Heesen Yachts continues to impress and expand upon their offerings in the segment of the superyacht market that caters to owners who are looking for new yachts in the 150-foot to 180-foot range. […] Meanwhile the interior by Reymond Langton Design boasts comfortable yet elegant spaces throughout. The studio selected a warm, neutral palette which is tastefully punctuated with vibrant bursts of color from bespoke works of art and furnishings. Read the full Forbes article here.
Article credit: Forbes
Photos credit: Dick Holthuis
Posted on: Wednesday 30th September 2020
“After a successful series of sea trials on the Baltic Sea from Nobiskrug’s facilities in Rendsburg, the German builder in March 2020 delivered its new hybrid superyacht Artefact to her owner. Having left Germany yesterday, the 2,990 GT vessel is now en route with Gibraltar as her first port of call. SuperYacht Times rendezvoused with Artefact over the North Sea to bring you these first images”.
Posted on: Tuesday 31st March 2020
A MESSAGE FROM THE PARTNERS
We are reaching out to all our friends, clients, colleagues and partners in the industry during these challenging and very uncertain times, and we wish you and your families safety and good health in the months ahead.
In line with latest measures announced by the British Government to aid in reducing the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, and our concern for the wellbeing and safety of our team, the directors of Reymond Langton Design have decided we will now all work from home and utilise Zoom video conferencing.
With almost 20 years of experience, the Reymond Langton Design team is well practiced in working remotely while travelling around the world. Working in collaboration with clients, partners and suppliers, the team will be prepared to use this knowledge to continue work on current projects and minimise disruption as much as possible.
We will continue to follow the latest recommendations of the relevant organisations leading the global response to the outbreak and will be happy to work with any specific requests from partners in the industry to ensure we can continue to meet the high standards we have set ourselves over the last two decades.
Please continue to use the email addresses and mobile phone numbers you have for our team and we will continue to work as efficiently as possible.
Andrew Langton, Pascale Reymond & Jason Macaree
Posted on: Monday 30th March 2020
Pascale discusses the interiors and stand out design elements of Project Triton.
Posted on: Friday 20th March 2020
Pascale chats about her favourite Heesen designs and stand out features with Boat International.
Posted on: Thursday 6th February 2020
The result of a lengthy design and build process where perfection was paramount, Lady S pleased the judges with a complex, multi-layered interior that manages to pair extreme elegance with fun and entertainment.
Posted on: Monday 3rd February 2020
Article Credit: Bath Life Magazine
Photographer credit: Uli Weber website www.uliweber.com & Instagram @uliweber
You can read the full article here.
Posted on: Monday 16th December 2019
Pascale and Andrew enjoying the Boat International Party during the Monaco Yacht Show September 2019.
Photograph courtesy of Boat International.
Posted on: Friday 27th September 2019
Still lightyears ahead of her time, the 95.2-metre superyacht Kismet is a fine example of how project management, a strong chain of suppliers and engineers can help bring to life innovative design work and create astounding technical quality. Stationed at the Lürssen shipyard for the duration of the six-year build, the first-class team brought together for the project included interior designers Pascale Reymond and Jason Macaree from Reymond Langton Design, Espen Øino, List General Contractor (List GC) and Moran Yacht & Ship. The expertise and experience of these companies are what contributed to the crowning of Kismet one year after her delivery as the winner of the 2015 edition of the World Superyacht Awards.
Read the full article here.
Article credit: SuperYacht Times.
Photo credits: Charl van Rooy and Guillume Plisson.
Posted on: Friday 2nd August 2019
This week, Galvas has been delivered by Heesen.
This is our latest collaboration with H2.
H2 are the exterior designer for this project and Reymond Langton undertook the interior design which includes six luxurious staterooms and a selection of DKT Artworks pieces.
Galvas’ figures reported a top speed of 15.5 knots and will be able to cover a range of 3,100 nm at a comfortable cruising speed of 13 knots.
Read more about the project here.
Photo credit: Dick Holthuis.
Posted on: Thursday 18th July 2019
Reymond Langton Design’s Andy, Pascale and Liza are featured in Boat International’s Next Gen article in the August edition.
Read the full article here.
Article credit: Boat International August 2019
Posted on: Monday 15th July 2019
German shipyard Nobiskrug has launched the 80 metre hybrid superyacht Artefact.
Designed by Gregory C Marshall, the yacht has hit the water at the yard’s Rendsburg facility in Germany after 18 months in construction. At 2,990GT, she is now the biggest-volume 80 metre superyacht in the world.
Managing director of Nobiskrug, Holger Kahl, said, “This project is a true example of the owner’s focus and his vision to build a distinctive state of the art hybrid superyacht with as many integrated environmentally friendly features as possible.”
Photo credit: Tom Van Oossanen.
Posted on: Monday 8th July 2019
Pascale Reymond speaks to Boat International in the latest issue.
Photo credit: Uli Webber.
Posted on: Thursday 4th July 2019
We are honoured to receive win an award for Viatoris who won displacement motor yacht between 300GT and 499GT.
Viatoris was praised by the Judges for her attention was turned to the detail of their general arrangement plans, traffic flow, and other technical issues. he Judges had predominantly admired her lines, which were considered to be both timeless and elegant, while her interior layout was praised for its ideal distribution of the yacht’s volume between guest, crew, public and technical spaces.
An article from Boat International explained that Viatoris is not a yacht for those who yearn for speed as, powered by a pair of economical Caterpillar 500kW diesels, she has a cruising speed of 12-knots, but the benefits she reaps from this are a huge range of 11,100 nautical miles at her economical delivery speed of 8-knots and, aided by excellent sound insulation, also a supremely quiet interior.
The Judges also noted that her four ideally positioned fold-down balconies and adjacent sliding doors create a very airy interior, while her abundance of large windows and portlights provide excellent intimacy with the surrounding scenery and seascapes. The owner requested a yacht in which he could ‘feel at home and not like a guest in a hotel’ and the Judges felt that this long range ocean traveller has successfully provided this – and more.
Builder: Conrad Shipyard
Naval architect: Diana Yacht Design
Exterior design: Reymond Langton Design
Interior design: Conrad Shipyard
Photograph courtesy of Boat International.
Posted on: Thursday 23rd May 2019
Oceanco’s recently delivered 109 metre superyacht Bravo Eugenia has scooped the technology and innovation award in Yacht Club Monaco’s annual Explorer Awards.
The annual La Belle Class Explorer awards were held on March 28 during Monaco Ocean Week and were hosted by yacht club president Prince Albert II.
Bravo Eugenia was commended for being “packed with the latest innovations” including a “slender optimised hull” and “a hybrid engine with quiet electric mode.”
Posted on: Tuesday 2nd April 2019
Feadship unveiled its completed 93-metre superyacht Lady S at its new facility in Amsterdam this morning after the project known as hull 814 arrived here last month to receive its final touches ahead of delivery this spring.
The yacht’s final profile shape can now be fully appreciated after its curved deck balconies and wing stations have been fitted. According to Edmiston, which has listed Lady S as part of its charter fleet, the yacht “is set to become the best-equipped charter yacht in the world” with her commercial helicopter landing pad, IMAX cinema, basketball court and large swimming pool named as just some of the highlights which guests can look forward to.
Built for an experienced owner, designers Michael Leach and Reymond Langton Design worked on the exterior and interior design of the project respectively.
Posted on: Friday 29th March 2019
We are extremely proud to announce that Volpini 2 has won Two Awards at the Superyacht Design Symposium 2019:
Award 1: Judges Recommendation for Best Lighting Design
The judges all remarked on the sophistication of Volpini 2’s interior lighting. From stair treads that appear to oat on glowing risers to ambient light that escapes from pockets stitched into walls, the lighting stood out among all interior entrants. Reymond Langton and Amels deserve kudos for the attention and expertise brought to the lighting plan of the inaugural boat of this series.
Award 2: Best Ecological Design & Operation Innovation Award
Posted on: Thursday 21st February 2019
Earlier today, Feadship launched one of its largest superyacht projects to date when the 93-metre motor yacht 814 took to the water at its Royal van Lent facility in Kaag, the Netherlands. Project 814 was commissioned by an experienced owner who drafted Michael Leach Design and Reymond Langton to design the exterior and interior of the vessel respectively. De Voogt Naval Architects are behind the vessel’s naval architecture. SuperYacht Times was at the scene in Kaag today where the team took these images.
Posted on: Friday 19th October 2018
Dutch yard Heesen Yachts has delivered its 49.4 metre yacht Omaha following successful sea trials in the North Sea.
Previously known as Project Maia, Omaha reached a top speed of 16 knots during her “intensive” sea trials which took place in favourable conditions.
The yard also reported that the 499GT steel and aluminium yacht was “extremely manoeuvrable” and credited this to her large rudders and power steering unit.
The yacht will now leave the Dutch yard and embark on her maiden voyage in the Mediterranean.
Initially built on speculation and sold in December 2017 by Heesen USA and Ocean Independence, this yacht features exterior design by Clifford Denn and an interior décor of light bleached oak and stained walnut by Reymond Langton Design.
The two studios previously collaborated on the yard’s 2015 launch Ann G, and Omaha shares a couple of her key features, such as the foredeck tender locker. Meanwhile, the flowing lines, aft fashion plates and navigation lights were inspired by classic cars.
Accommodation is for up to ten guests spread across five lavish staterooms, including a main deck master cabin and four lower deck guest cabins. Key details include inboard mirrors to reflect the light flooding in through the windows, as well as subtle recessed lighting and integrated artwork panels.
Jason Macaree from Reymond Langton explained, “We were aiming for a liveable and homely feel with an emphasis on light. We are confident that this will be a very special yacht.”
“We tried to keep a similar DNA to Ann G,” Denn added. “The superstructure design is inspired by hammerhead sharks and the raised bulwarks will hide the tenders from view, creating a clean profile.’
Moving the tenders to the bow means more space in the transom for a luxurious superyacht beach club, complete with bar and sauna. Heesen added that the 68 square metre sundeck has been fitted with a superyacht spa pool and a cocktail bar.
Power comes from a pair of 1,341hp MTU 8V4000 M63 diesel engines for a top speed of 15 knots and a transatlantic cruising range of 3,800 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Omaha is the first yacht in the new Heesen 50 Steel collection, replacing the outgoing 47 Steel, which spawned 13 hulls in total.
Omaha’s sister ship Project Triton is currently under construction at the shipyard and is set for a February 2020 delivery.
Posted on: Friday 20th July 2018
Dutch builder Amels has successfully delivered its latest superyacht, Volpini 2 – its first hybrid-powered vessel. The 57.7-metre Limited Edition yacht is the first delivered from the Amels 188 design, marking the world’s first Tier III compliant new build yacht with Amels’ own hybrid switchboard and waste heat recovery systems.
Following her delivery, Volpini 2 is currently on her way to the Mediterranean. Amels first introduced its Limited Edition 188 design at the Monaco Yacht show in 2015. The eighth edition in this successful range, not only is Volpini 2 longer than her sisters from the Amels 180 series, she is also larger in size, featuring an internal volume of 970 GT.
The Dutch builder teamed up with designer Tim Heywood once more to create the exterior design of the project, while her owners chose to work with Reymond Langton for her custom interiors. Able to accommodate up to 12 guests, Volpini 2 features an 80-square-metre master suite, with a folding balcony in addition to six suites, including a VIP suite on the bridge deck. In addition, her crew quarters allow for a crew of up to 13. Other stand out features include a 30-square-metre beach club at the stern, next to a wellness centre and gym.
“This design is an important milestone for Amels,” said Hans Konings, Amels Design Manager. “We’re very proud of the technology innovations that have gone into her design, the culmination of our Amels 188 Research and Development programme, which we started in 2014.”
The International Maritime Organization’s Tier III emissions regulations currently require new motor yachts over 500 GT with a global cruising area and a keel laid after 1 January 2016 to reduce the harmful NOX emissions in their engine exhaust gases by approximately 70 percent.
“With our Amels Limited Editions approach to yacht building, we need to look further ahead and anticipate the demands of our future clients,” added Konings. “That’s why as far as we understand, we are the world’s first new build yard to reach this milestone. What began as a challenge for our industry just a few years ago is now becoming standard practice – to the benefit of our environment.”
Article by Superyacht Times
Posted on: Friday 6th July 2018
At Reymond Langton Design we are proud to be the sponsor of the Sea Owl for the Minerva’s owls of Bath 2018.
Our owl was designed and created by the talented artist Annabel Menheneott. Annabel is a contemporary artist based in Bath who produces dramatic seascapes captured in acrylics, reflecting the shifting coastal environment, using bold, strong and purposeful brush strokes, palette knives and large brushes allow Annabel the freedom to create exciting painterly marks. Annabel has exhibited nationally and more recently at the Royal Academy as part of the Summer Exhibition preview events in aid of Marie Curie where she will return this July.
You can find our owl located outside our offices in Bath along North Parade Buildings.
For information about the trail visit minervasowls.org
Posted on: Thursday 5th July 2018
98 metre Abeking & Rasmussen yacht Aviva was spotted making her way up the Thames in London on July 2, 2018. The yacht, which was last seen in New York just a month ago, passed some of the British capital’s famous riverside landmarks before finally anchoring in front of Tower Bridge.
Delivered in 2017, Aviva was designed by Reymond Langton Design and offers accommodation for up to 16 guests. Her roomy 17.2 metre beam makes room for a number of impressive lifestyle features, including a full-size padel court, which won her a Judges’ Special Award at the World Superyacht Awards 2018.
Posted on: Tuesday 3rd July 2018
On Saturday 19th May 2018 Reymond Langton were proud to win a Neptune for our latest design Aviva during The World Superyacht Awards in Florence. Aviva won the award for Judges Special Award. Please see the article below for words from judges and Boat International.
Judges’ Special Award: Aviva
There was little doubt among the judges that Aviva is not only extremely well built, but a very special yacht. From first sight, her flowing modern lines and attractive hull colour draws one’s attention but the thrill continues for those privileged to see her interior, which is perfectly customised to the needs of an owner who lives aboard full time. Flowing lines also dominate an agreeable general arrangement plan, but the most unexpected feature is the padel court (one third the size of an LTA court) that sits at the heart of her lower deck, a quite unique facility that is used every day by the owner, guests or crew. So many judges were enthusiastic about this yacht – a close runner-up in this class – that the award of a Neptune in the form of a Judges’ Special Award was proposed and readily accepted by the whole jury.
Posted on: Tuesday 22nd May 2018
Not too many years ago if someone was asked to name a female yacht designer, it would have been tricky to think of even one. Now times are changing and it isn’t just in design. Women have been making their mark across the industry and they’re making a big impact. In honour of International Women’s Day, we have been catching up with a few of the fabulous women in the business to find out how they got into yachting, why they are so passionate about it and whether they feel happiest on land or on the water.
Pascale Reymond: Managing Director of Reymond Langton Design
What is it about the yachting industry you are passionate about?
People working in this industry are very passionate about what they do and this is very contagious.
What is the favourite design you’ve completed?
It would have to be 91m Lady Lara exterior styling and Mogambo for the interior.
What are three of your most proud achievements?
• Setting up Reymond Langton Design
• Winning Serene, a 134m yacht contract without having any yachts completed at the time to show
• 75% of our workforce are women and I am very proud to promote all these super talented persons in the yachting industry
Tell us something about you that might surprise us?
I am a qualified archaeologist and have done many excavations in Italy, France, and the most disturbing one was in the heart of a 12th-century church where I was surrounded by many ancient bodies.
When are you most content – on the water or on land?
On my paddle board, at my beach hut in the south of France which is literally 2 metres away from the most wonderful turquoise water.
Posted on: Thursday 8th March 2018
We are so proud to have won the Best Lifestyle Feature Design for Aviva’s very impressive indoor padel tennis court in Kitzbuhel last night.
Posted on: Monday 29th January 2018
Continuing to attract an impressive selection of superyachts that make their way to northern European countries ahead of the winter season, the city of Bordeaux recently hosted the 95.2-metre Lürssen motor yacht Kismet along the banks of the Garonne river. Kismet, launched in 2014 as project Global, features a glistening golden exterior design by Espen Øino International as well as an interior from the drawing boards of Reymond Langton Design. Not visible on this picture is the yacht’s characteristic striking jaguar figurehead on the bow. Since having departed Bordeaux, Kismet is now heading to London as her next destination.
Posted on: Monday 18th September 2017
Reymond Langton feature in the upcoming October edition of The Superyacht Times featuring Pascale Reymond.
Posted on: Friday 15th September 2017
The first hull in the 57 metre AMELS Limited Editions 188 series has been sold with Ben Young at Superyacht Management representing the buyer. Currently being completed by the Dutch yard, this displacement yacht features exterior styling by Tim Heywood and an interior by the Reymond Langton design studio. This is the eighth design in this highly successful range, which has seen more than 20 hulls over 52 metres since the first Limited Editions 171 Deniki hit the water in 2007.
Posted on: Thursday 7th September 2017
Some of the team enjoying a weekend in Florence, with others in the industry. The Palazzo Vecchio was the beautiful venue for the second year of the Boat International’s prestigious awards ceremony.
Posted on: Sunday 14th May 2017
Ten years ago Reymond Langton Design celebrated the launch of the previous Aviva which featured a number of innovative design features, such as the vertical bow and contrasting grey coloured hull.
Now the same team has collaborated to create a new Aviva that improves and adds to that original, forward thinking concept in every way – once again the biggest launch from Abeking & Rasmussen, featuring a fresh and dynamic contemporary exterior design, unique, highly personalised layout for the interior and a cutting edge technical platform. See the video below of Aviva leaving Aberking & Rasmussen in Bremen and off on her first journey.
Posted on: Monday 8th May 2017
Reymond Langton Design have been proud to work with the team at Boat International, who were dedicated to creating the wonderful first volume of the annual publication FutureYachts. This publication is showcasing innovation for the yachts of tomorrow. The bookazine is informative, innovative and completely different to any publication in the industry.
Posted on: Monday 1st May 2017
Following her launch at the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard in January this year, the 98-metre superyacht Aviva was put to the test yesterday out on the North Sea. The SYT media team caught her in action for the first time as she sliced through the waters off the German coast during sea trials as captured in these exclusive aerial photos by photographer Tom van Oossanen.
Aviva’s design is the work of design studio Reymond Langton, who also designed her owner’s smaller, 68-metre, yacht by the same name that was launched back in 2007. The team worked with Toby Silverton on the exterior of the yacht.
Her gigantic interior spaces are described by the yard as ‘mystical’. The layout was designed to incorporate a full-sized paddle tennis court that measures an impressive 20 metres x 10 metres x 6 metres.
The effects of her efficient hull shape, said to reduce drag by up to 20%, is clearly visible in these images as she powered through the calm waters off Wilhelmshaven driven by her hybrid propulsion system that allows for a top speed of 11 knots without the use of her main engines.
With outfitting on board virtually complete, Aviva is expected to be handed over to her owner upon successful completion of her sea trials.
Posted on: Thursday 16th March 2017
The creator of the video is: Abeking & Rasmussen
Posted on: Wednesday 15th March 2017
The 50 metre superyacht has hit the water for the first time at Dutch yard Heesen, this week Project Maia was uncovered at its shipyard in Oss.
Built on speculation, this full displacement steel and aluminium yacht features exterior design by Clifford Denn and interior by Reymond Langton Design, which is the same two studios that previously collaborated on the Heesen’s 2015 launch Ann G.
Jason Macaree was a speaker at the official unveiling of Project Maia where he explained at the conference that “We were aiming for a liveable and homely feel with an emphasis on light. We are confident that this will be a very special yacht.”
The project is due to complete in 2018.
Posted on: Monday 13th March 2017
The 8th of March is International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the gains made towards women’s equality in workplaces and societies across the world, and to draw attention to current women’s issues and push for greater social change. The yachting industry is filled with female talent, with architects and designers from both sides of the Atlantic creating innovative, bespoke and award-winning designs. The list below is by no means comprehensive but showcases some of the amazing talents of recent years.
Since opening Reymond Langton Design in 2001, Pascale Reymond and co-founder Andrew Langton have created the impressive interiors of many luxury yachts including TITAN and SERENE from Abeking & Rasmussen and Fincantieri amongst others.
Posted on: Wednesday 8th March 2017
Our very own Rebecca Sawyer was asked by Boat International to participate in the panel during Legends vs. new generations discussion on the second day of the symposium. This is where we heard how the legends of the industry first started their journey in yacht design and reviewed a selection of their infamous yachts, alongside the new minds and talents of the industry.
Legends: Terence Disdale, Martin Francis and Andrew Winch
New Generations: Rebecca Sawyer, Rob Armstrong and Raphael Laloux
The discussion was moderated by Tim Heywood, Founder, Tim Heywood Designs
Posted on: Tuesday 7th February 2017