Designer Adam Voorhees has revealed images of his latest project, a 70 metre ketch. The project is being fully revealed at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this week.
One of the key points of focus in this design has been on the spatial planning and circulation as to ensure absolute privacy for the owner, as well as to utilise all spaces for the best living and entertainment purposes. Guests are accommodated over several luxurious cabins in addition to the opulent owner’s suite which includes a private lounge, cockpit, a private study and en suite facilities.
Maximum weight savings will be made possible through advanced construction and materials, while hybrid energy technology and the latest sailing and onboard systems will be employed.
Adam Voorhees comments, “This 70m sailing ketch has been developed in response to client interest for an extremely comfortable and extraordinarily fast yacht that respects the heritage and timelessness of the gilded age yet refuses to be tied to tradition. In essence, the project is a complex reflection of historical form languages synthesised with modern technologies; to inform and define a new architecture.”
The designer reports the studio are currently in discussion with a renowned shipyard to develop details and ensure a fast paced build, and welcomes interested parties to further discuss the concepts that inform the vision for this superyacht during the show in Fort Lauderdale.