Marine and Yacht Management and studio Anders Design LLP have unveiled a new superyacht conversion project, the Geo 52. Originally developed for a Russian owner, the luxury explorer yacht’s unconventional exterior lines are based on the function of travelling around the world.
According to Marine and Yacht Management the ship can be converted into a superyacht with immense time and cost savings over a new-build by factually overtaking most of the boat’s elements and structure.
The interior design will leave nothing to be desired, providing passengers with maximum comfort and style. Equipped with twin 1,750 hp Caterpillar 3512 engines, the Geo 52 comes with a cruising speed of 15 knots. Huge storage rooms, freezers and tank capacity will allow for complete independence on board for months and with plans for an ice classed hull the Geo 52 can go everywhere.
For further information contact Marine and Yacht Management:
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