German office Joachim Kinder Design presents a new 72’ fly bridge motor yacht designed for Dubai Marine. The world premiere is planned for the 2012 Dubai Boat Show.
The basic outline gives this yacht a very recognizable feel. Thanks to a modern use of glass on the superstructure and in the hull, the boundary between interior and exterior almost entirely vanishes. This concept results in nice panoramic views, without compromising the yacht’s structural integrity.
This boat offers a very sleek style, particularly due to the winged deck lines. Large window sections and creative design solutions of bulwark and stern emphasize her length. The overall concept was to design this boat from the inside out, in order to harmonize the hull’s lines with yacht’s silhouette. Her sizable rectangular portholes are another eye-catching trademark. The tender is situated in the aft garage and can be launched through a Hydraulic bathing platform.
The main idea behind the interior design is lightness. Zebrano wood combined with light oak parquet, white leather contrasting with stainless steel elements, lots of glass, various granites and stones create a Mediterranean air with a contemporary interior. Big windows on the inside of the salon give this yacht a ‘lofty’ feel.
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