TC 108 Eugenia VII
This 108-foot design is based on the multiple deckhouse concepts that our office developed for the superyachts Adele, Erica and Athos. Twin deckhouses and twin cockpits have been combined with a flush deck layout. The aft cockpit is used for steering, while the central one is designed for socialising. The aft deckhouse incorporates the navigation station and gives access to the owners' suite. The forward deckhouse incorporates the dining area and lounge, and provides access to the lower saloon. The layout is fairly typical for a 100-foot yacht, apart from the double deckhouse concept, which has resulted in a very interesting interior layout with lots of privacy for the owner when the boat is at anchor or in a marina. Eugenia VII (ex Jazz jr.) was built for one of the owners of the famous Proteksan yard in Tuzla, Turkey, one of the leading yacht builders in Turkey, with vast experience in both sailboats and motoryachts. The yacht incorporates a cold-moulded hull construction, a method that is used extensively in Turkey, the US and the UK, and results in a low-maintenance and stiff structure. The yacht has fairly simple technical installations and medium displacement, a sloop rig and simple sailing systems. With her optimised underwater hull profile, fin keel and spade rudder, she performs extraordinarily well. Eugenia VII (ex Jazz jr.) was nominated for the World Superyacht Awards 2010.