Classic update for Dahm 120 sail yacht project

Written by Charl van Rooy

First unveiled during boot Düsseldorf 2016 in January this year, the team at Beiderbeck Design has come up with a redesigned version of its original Dahm 120 sailing yacht concept. The original 36-metre yacht has been redesigned after a special client’s request and now features a more classic exterior with nearly 20 metres of added deck space.

Measuring 53 metres in length, the new Dahm Classic is designed as a comfortable cruiser with every modern-day luxury one would expect, on board. An elegant deckhouse provides a great indoor space with exceptional views to the outside, without interfering with the yacht’s sleek profile.

As with the Dahm 120, the new Classic model is designed to be built in under two years from GRP with carbon fibre reinforcements where needed. Up to ten guests can live on board with space for six crew members.

A good separation between crew and guest areas sets up the Dahm Classic for both private use and charter trips. A large cinema room, wheelchair-friendly elevator and a range of other optional extras provide clients with a custom superyacht able to be built in a reduced time frame.



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