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Russian Rocket: Skripnik Design’s new 37m foiling superyacht

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Written by
Charl van Rooy

The concept of high-speed foiling craft is not a new invention. For decades, passenger ferries and patrol craft have utilised these protrusions in order to achieve a higher speed and a generally more comfortable ride, but this technology remains to be introduced in the world of motor yachts on a grander scale. The Moscow design studio Skripnik Design has recently revealed their version of what such a luxury superyacht could look like with the new 37-metre concept named Rocket. Skripnik Design 37M Foiling Superyacht Concept

Skripnik Design 37M Foiling Superyacht ConceptAt full speed, Rocket will reach between 50 and 60 knots of boat speed, with the lift associated with these speeds reducing the vessel’s drag to a mere 1.7 metres. Drag is significantly reduced and so too the exposed hull surface to the sea which will make for a smoother ride. Skripnik Design 37M Foiling Superyacht Concept

Several hydraulic solutions are designed to transform Rocket from race mode to lifestyle mode. The flybridge is covered with a glass panel that can be raised when the deck is in use, or lowered to create a smooth and flush surface when at high speeds. Additionally, the swim platform neatly disappears when underway and gently slides out to reveal a big bathing area when at anchor.Skripnik Design 37M Foiling Superyacht ConceptSkripnik Design 37M Foiling Superyacht Concept