Elements - 73m superyacht by Yay Gemi Yapim and Sinot Yacht Design

The elements of design, such as the lines, shapes, sizes, colors, and textures, are the building blocks used to create a work of art. This holds true for one of the newest superyacht creations to come from the Yay Shipyard and Sinot Yacht Design, Elements.

Elements’ fully welded construction will consist of a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. Her displacement-type hull will have a flared bow, transom stern, and aft shell doors on both sides turning the lazarette into a fully functional “Beach Club”.

This superyacht will be designed and built as a Lloyd’s Register SSC Rules Private Yacht with the registry: 100 A1, SSC, Yacht (P), Mono, G6, LMC, UMS. She will also fulfill the Cayman Islands registration requirements as a Large Commercial Yacht Code II, carrying no more than 12 passengers. Based on these standards and elements of design, Element has been designed for unlimited and luxurious worldwide cruising with trans-Atlantic capability.

Elements’ propulsion train will have two Caterpillar marine diesel engines, for a total continuous output of 4,700 kW (6,300 BHP) at 1,800 rpm. Each engine will drive a fixed pitch propeller with reverse and reduction gear box, providing her with a maximum speed of 16 knots, a cruising speed of 15.0 knots, and a range of 8000 nautical miles (cruising at an economical 12 knots). Elements’ electrical power is supplied by four 250 ekW main diesel generators and one emergency 225 ekW diesel back-up genset.

This superyacht will have five decks: tank deck, lower deck, main/fore deck, bridge deck (upper/sun deck) and sun deck. Below the main deck, the hull will be subdivided into watertight compartments. With the main entrance set on the main deck, starboard side amidships. The main stairway and elevator will connect the entrance atrium with the four other decks, including the underwater observation lounge on the tank deck.

Listed here are the general arrangements for each Elements’ decks, the details of which are still being considered by the able team of Sinot Yacht Design.

Tank Deck Arrangement: Bow thruster room, storage area, refrigerated trash store, the underwater observation lounge, laundry, pump room, stores, Hi-Fog room and engine room with separate generator room.

Lower Deck Arrangement: Ten twin bedded crew cabins, crew mess, lobby, guest foyer with elevator station, six guest cabins, engine room (with separate generator and switchboard room), lazarette with toy storage and the Beach Club to accommodate two diesel tenders on port and starboard sides. Located under the Fore Deck lie the MOB davit and MOB boat storage, AC room, Emergency Generator and Switchboard Room, Anchor Windlasses and Ground Tackle Arrangement, stairs to Paint Locker and Chain Locker.

Main/Fore Deck Arrangement: Owner’s stateroom is located forward with his and her bathrooms and walk-in wardrobe, an Owner’s office on starboard. On the starboard side, there are the two VIP cabins with bathroom and wardrobe, Owner’s passage with powder room and cloakroom/luggage store, main entrance with stairs and elevator station. On portside there is the dedicated crew entrance as well as a galley and aft pantry. On the aft main deck there is an enclosed lounge with dining, sliding doors open this area with built-in seat, coffee table, two buffet cabinets and exterior stair to the bridge deck, as well as stairs to swim platform. On the large Fore Deck, foreword of the main superstructure, is an Emergency Helicopter Helipad.

Bridge Deck (Upper/Sun Deck) Arrangement: Wheelhouse with walk-around main console and seating, ship’s office, captain’s stateroom, bridge deck passage, pantry, foyer with stairs and elevator, full beam bridge deck lounge and cinema with four sliding doors to open aft deck with dining table seating twelve, and two buffet cabinets.

Elements is offered for sale through the Monaco office of Fraser Yachts. For more information contact her central agent Antoine X. Larricq: [email protected] / +377 93 100 462

By Cliff Schindel
Drawings courtesy of Sinot Yacht Design



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