Project 400 (Project 400) by Royal Huisman is an 81m three-masted aluminum yacht, designed jointly by Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley Design.
Royal Huisman starts construction of the world's largest aluminum yacht
The owner of the yacht outlined the criteria that became the basis for the design: fast and comfortable cruising yacht with a unique iconic design.
A half-raised bridge is designed on the deckas well as the possibility of full steering from an open-air flybridge. This space is surrounded by comfortable seating for guests who enjoy watching the process along the way. For the brave, from the flybridge there is access to the crow's nest, which offers the best view of the water. There is a covered cockpit under the flybridge for relaxation and dining.
The space of the bow of the yacht organized for relaxation and includes a lounge with comfortable armchairs and a dining table for 16 guests. There are also places for sports equipment, under the aft deck various types of water transport will be stored - water scooters, kayaks and SUP boards, as well as diving equipment.
High level of comfort is one of the design priorities of Project 400... Modern interior designed Mark whiteley design, blends harmoniously with outdoor living areas. At the base of the structure, a high-performance natural material will be used - Alpi walnut veneer for partitions, which has stable properties, and oak floors.
Hull shape and sailing equipment of the yacht combined to provide stability and comfort at the same time. The bow with a straight vertical stem, very long waterline, smooth hull and large sail area will give the yacht the required high speed and excellent performance.
Shipyard Royal Huisman first introduced this model in 2016 as part of Monaco Yacht Show... And at the moment, construction has officially begun, and delivery to its owner from Asia is planned in 2020.
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