Making use of its signature X-Bow design, the Ulstein Group has released a new series of yacht design concepts including the CX126 and the 55-metre yacht CX128.Photo: Ulstein GroupDesigned by the designers of the 88.51-metre X-Bow explorer yacht Olivia O, the CX128 features a similar nature-inspired inverted-bow shape. This design intends to split wave energy, making the yacht cruise more smoothly and perform more efficiently. This technology has been previously used on more than 100 vessels, but has been recently adopted by the yachting industry because of its ergonomic shape.Photo: Ulstein GroupOn board the 1,380 GT yacht, up to 12 guests and 15 crew can be accommodated. Sporting large outdoor lounge areas, a spacious beach club, and ample storage space for an array of toys and tenders the CX128 strikes a balance between relaxation and playfulness.Photo: Ulstein GroupPhoto: Ulstein GroupPhoto: Ulstein GroupWhile the design itself inherently increases energy efficiency, further green initiatives can be added at the discretion of the owner to further reduce the ecological footprint of the CX128.Photo: Ulstein Group
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