Teamed up with Dykstra Naval Architects, Adam Voorhees has introduced a new concept of 70-meter sailing superyacht. Dykstra Naval Architects supported Adam Voorhees with Naval Architecture, creating an elegant ketch design as response to a specific client request. This project’s brief was to design a sailing yacht that provides great balance between speed and comfort, tradition and innovation. Voorhees says that this 70-meter sailing ketch has been developed based on client’s request for extremely comfortable yet extraordinary fast yacht that still respects the heritage and timeless of the gilded age without being tied to the tradition. Adam Voorhees himself was the winner of the “Young Designer of the Year Award 2010”.
The most striking features of this yacht lies in those pair of sleek glass deckhouses, they have curved teak that surround them, giving you impression that they’ve pushed up through the deck. The owner’s cabin features private lounge and cockpit while tender storage can accommodate an 8.5-meter tender and a 6.5-meter working tender. The interior of this yacht blends modern furniture with art, it creates contrast between formal and traditional setting of a sailing yacht. This sailing yacht also includes a beach club and boarding lobby, any crew accommodation is split across 7 cabins.