50M exploration yacht by Naval Horizon Architects

50M exploration yacht by Naval Horizon Architects

This 50M design by Horizon Naval Architects has it all! It feature all the comfort of a 50M Superyacht: a gym, pool large open outdoor area and comfortable salon / dinning room. As an exploration yacht it is also equipped with lot of storage area for various gear and can accommodates two 10M tenders. The vertical axe bow plus integrated bulb provide with great full efficiency and will allow the future owner to cruise all seas in comfort and safety.


[ Via Horizon naval Architects] The sky deck offers a large open outdoor area with a touch and go helipad. Main deck is designated for guests and offers a gym, a combined salon and dining room with an adjacent galley. On the fore deck there is one davit for a rescue tender and/or jet skis and one swim-in-place pool. A large owner’s cabin with private salon and outdoor area is located on bridge deck aft of the wheel house, master’s cabin and office. Vertical windows with a minimum of obstructions in wheelhouse offers excellent visibility for captain and crew. On lower deck there is a spacious and full height tender bay which easily accommodates up to two 10 m tenders, diving equipment and compressors, fishing gear or other equipment. There are 4 comfortable staterooms on this deck level with double berths. All crew berthing, including living space, complies with MLC 2006 (Maritime Labor Convention). All crew berthing is located on the lower deck (above WL). Below lower deck is a spacious engine room, technical spaces, tanks, laundry facilities, refrigeration and storage. The modern hull is an axe bow type but with a flare to avoid green water on deck. An integrated bulb improves the damping characteristics in a seaway for comfort and safety. The bulb also adds volume to the fore body which in turn is advantageous when considering the wave resistance. Windows are all tinted structural glass. The vertical full-height windows add to the modern look and allow for easy construction and flexibility for interior layout and design.



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