Designed by another Dutch shipyard, Royal Huisman, the elegant 57.7m ketch with flybridge Twizzle is the shipyard's first fully styled yacht, both inside and out, by the talented Redman Whiteley Dixon team.
Superyacht Twizzle of the Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman
The interior decor was done by the bureau Todhunter Earle Associates, and the famous company acted as a naval architect Dubois Naval Architects, which first worked for this shipyard. Twizzle was launched in August 2010.
The goal of the superyacht Twizzle was to create a sailing yacht with superior performance and the comfort and elegance often found in motor yachts. Plus, Dubois lowered the yacht's wetted surface and installed a lifting keel in a 3.8m fixed keel.
Lightweight composite materials were widely used in the construction of armaments and components above the waterline, while the optimized hull width (beam, traverse) and 120-ton internal ballast ensured the vessel's safety and stability. The armament, with its 62-meter main mast, is designed to cross America's Panama Bridge at low tide. The mast is capable of carrying 1952 sq. m of sails (with light wind - 2872 sq. m).
Justin Redman and his team have built a graceful flybridge that combines stylish profile, space and light. Together with Emily Todhunter, they determined what the interior would be, as well as the layout of the owner's and guests' cabins. The engine room is located aft and the crew quarters are in the bow of the yacht. The central area of the yacht is reserved for the dining room and salon, which are located above the engine room. The galley is on the intermediate deck and the helm station is on the upper deck.
Royal Huisman: royalhuisman.com
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