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110' Expedition Motoryacht

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LOA 110 ft 0 in
LWL 112 ft 0 in
Beam 27 ft 0 in
Draft 8 ft 1 in
This yacht was designed with a specific goal in mind; to maximize the living space for the owner. With over 600 square feet, the master stateroom is the largest of any yacht of this size. Other features include 2 spacious guest staterooms, indoor and outdoor dining areas, a large Jacuzzi on the upper deck, and a fishing cockpit outfitted with a professional fighting chair. The classic S&S exterior styling compliment a rugged steel construction to create a stylish, functional design. Twin propellers recessed in tunnels allow for low draft and the ability to get in close to the beach, a design requirement from the client.

125' LOA Motoryacht

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LOA 125 ft 0 in
LWL 114 ft 5 in
Beam 27 ft 11 in
Draft 6 ft 6 in

Designed with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, S&S Design No. 2700 is intended for the serious yachtsman interested in extended range cruising. As with all S&S designs, emphasis was placed on sea-keeping ability, comfort underway and hull efficiency. The design brief specifically called for emphasis to be placed on systems and machinery, including the use of rotating pod drives, typically only seen on much larger commercial ships. Adjacent the large aft engine room is a dedicated control room for electronics and auxiliary pumps and machinery.

Characteristic of expedition yachts, the large open foredeck allows for storage of large tenders and numerous toys such as jet skis, lasers and kayaks. Below can be found luxury accommodations for 10 guests in 5 staterooms, all with ensuite heads. Forward can be found berths for 6 crew, a laundry and cold storage. Just above the crew accommodations can be found a spacious crew mess with separate bosun's locker and workbench. Located on the Main Deck is the Captain's Cabin, conveniently locating him nearer the wheelhouse. Also on the Main Deck, lit by numerous windows lining the house sides, are the galley, main salon and dining room with seating for 10. One level up, the 01 Deck houses the wheelhouse, pantry, study, day head, and sky lounge, with additional outdoor dining all the way aft. The passageways and stairways are arranged such that crew can service the boat and the guests without interfering with their traffic. Special consideration has been made to the service of food without disturbing guests. The sundeck features a jacquzzi with sundpad and a centerline bar with barbeque grill. Housed in the central stack is a conveniently located day head. Forward of the stack is ample seating to enjoy the view from the third deck of this beautiful motoryacht.

151' Expedition Motor Yacht

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LOA 151 ft 0 in
LWL 138 ft 10 in
Beam 29 ft 7 in
Draft 9 ft 1 in

This expedition motor yacht has been custom designed for an experienced Owner. Developed as a long ranging ocean-going vessel, it can take the Owner and his guests anywhere in the world, and this in total luxury. Safety, comfort and seakeeping were key priorities during the development of this luxury yacht. Equipped with state of the art electronics, business and personal e-communications can take place from even the most remote locations.

Our goal was to design a very serious offshore yacht, capable of traveling anywhere and able to handle a large array of tenders. The yacht is to be built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. She is to be classed to Lloyd's and MCA. The styling features soft subtle curves and large expanses of glass, with definite resemblances to a workboat.

The lower deck guest accommodation, situated forward of the engine room, has a symmetrical layout with two equal very generous owner's staterooms aft and twin guest staterooms forward, all with their en-suite heads. The owner's staterooms have an open sitting area arrangement and walk-through dressing which lead into the heads. There is also a central guest night bar area in the lower deck lobby. A central elevator services all decks, including the sun deck, and is accessible via the funnel.

The main deck includes a formal salon, with discreet wet bar, which can be serviced by the crew without disturbing the guests. A nice feature is the large eat in galley with central island. Dining is located on the 01 deck, and is services by a hidden staircase form the galley to a pantry staging area located amidships.

The lower deck arrangement enables the crew to discreetly make up the staterooms while the owners and guests are on the main deck and also offers the possibility for occasional crew access to and from the forecastle in rough seas.

Comfort and sea keeping effects were also studied with respect to length and beam with the goal of keeping accelerations and motions to a minimum. Tank testing was performed and included flat and rough water testing, with and without appendages

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