Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design have teamed to create Project Fury, a 63-metre super sailing yacht. At 705 GT Project Fury offers 50% more gross tonnage than other superyachts in her size category, according to her designers, to offer additional living space on board for her owner.With maximising her volume as a central aspect of her design, the super sailing yacht features a 13.35-metre, full-beam main deck. This has been made possible by the concealment of certain sail handling equipment, which allows the spaces to be reclaimed for the owner's and guests' enjoyment.
Project Fury’s main deck includes a spacious main saloon, which features a breakfast area and lounge with full-height windows. Adjacent to the main saloon, situated forward on the main deck, is the 95 square-metre owner’s suite. The impressive owner accommodation features a full-beam window, which faces the bow and is home to a stateroom, office and private balconies.Guest accommodations are located on the lower deck, including two double and two VIP cabins, situated amidships. Storage for toys such as surfboards, SeaBobs, dive equipment and more, is located to the bow. The transom is home to a swimming platform, which is integrated into the deck when not deployed.Her foredeck is home to two 7-metre tenders, which can be launched with a hydraulic crane. When her tenders are in use, the tender bays can be transformed into a pool. This area can be privately accessed via the owner’s suite.
Project Fury’s space deck is home to a helm and control station and comfortable guest seating to either side. A lounge area for guests is situated at the centre of this space and features a sunbathing area to the aft while a bar and dining area are situated forward.Despite her size, the superyacht Project Fury has been designed with an aluminium hull and a carbon fibre superstructure, which helps to reduce her overall weight, while maximising performance and minimising construction costs. She is equipped with a diesel-electric propulsion system as well as a swing keel, which acts as a long keel while motoring and lending the yacht extra stability while at anchor. She is operated by a crew of up to 12.