Isaac Burrough Design’s 60m sailing cat concept

Written by Charl van Rooy

Amsterdam-based designer Isaac Burrough is introducing his newly found design studio with a radical 60 metre sailing catamaran concept. The design makes the most of the incredible amount of space that such multihull vessel could provide with an emphasise on guestcomfort and luxury instead of providing a strict performance experience which similar concepts in the past have focused on.

Just some of the striking features of the design includes a glass top superstructure that wraps over either side of the saloon, providing guest with a true outdoor feel even while relaxing inside.“The exceptional thing about a catamaran of this length is that you can have an efficient, slender hull form while also creating a spacious luxury interior. It also reduces the need for an excessive amount of stairs to access the various spaces onboard,”commented Isaac Burrough on the design.The central part of the main deck is dedicated to a 12-person cinema located beneath the raised bridge area.

Two 50 square meter VIP cabins are situated forward on either side of the main deck. These areas offer commanding views though full height windows forward without interfering with guest privacy as the bow area will be inaccessible to other guest while underway or at anchor. The remaining three cabins, each with an ensuite bathroom, are located forward in the lower port hull. This layout, with its two VIP cabins, would make the yacht ideal for charter use.

Moving further aft, a hull door measuring 10 metres in length reveals a health club complete with a hammam, sauna, jacuzzi, and massage area once opened. For active guests, the starboard hull houses abeach club with ample storage space for water sports supplies such as paddle boards and scuba equipment.



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