101' Modern Cruiser Racer
Construction has already started on this splendid new design for a 30.80 m cruiser racer in carbon. The female mould for the hull and male mould for the deck were completed before the project had to unfortunately be put on hold due to a change in the commissioning client's circumstances. You could save yourself considerable time and money by taking over the build and receive a stunning high-tech superyacht in return. You have a choice between two distinctive layouts. The charter oriented layout has the crew cabins aft and the owners'/guest area forward. And the owners' version has a large master suite and guest cabins aft, with separate crew accommodation forward. The interior can be styled completely to your personal taste. This relatively light displacement yacht has been optimised for performance under the IRC rating system, and is based on a Mediterranean concept: a large cockpit area and a spacious deckhouse that offer a room with a view. There is a large cockpit living area on deck, with dining possibilities, lounge settees and twin wheels. The aft segment is taken up by a sunbathing area. A flush foredeck with flush hatches and stylish deckhouse lines give the yacht a sleek look, while still allowing for a deckhouse living and sitting areas with great vistas. The cockpit is covered by a removable bimini. Ample room remains in the aft peak for storage facilities, a dive compressor and the 4.5 m tender. The yacht is designed in carbon epoxy composite construction using Airex foam, glass and carbon laminates and carbon reinforced stringers. The keel fin and rudder are in carbon composites, mast and boom are in high-modulus carbon with standing rigging in PBO. Spars are all fully made from carbon. While this first design incorporates a T-styled America's Cup fixed keel and spade rudder, future projects could include a lifting keel.