Young Designer of the Year 2018 Finalist

Project Laminar

Named after her harmonised smooth exterior lines, depict the laminar flow of a fluid. The key factor of the design is functionality. Functionality involves safety, practicality, feasibility and privacy while at the same time is integrated with elegance and aesthetics.

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In more detail, this is a 60 metre explorer yacht that can operate independently and in full swing, traveling all around the globe without the need of a support vessel. Carry your helicopter, cars, bikes, snowmobiles, submersibles and many more with no compromises. Able to accommodate up to 12 guests and 16 crew. There is a 360 degrees full glass observation saloon placed at the sun deck , which easily transforms to an open area with a touch of a button. The main saloon and dining area is placed at the bow, giving spectacular views to three directions with hydraulic side balconies (port & starboard).

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The multipurpose helipad area can be transformed to a 9m long heating pool when the helicopter is away. When the helicopter is onboard, it can be stowed safely in its watertight hangar, while a second helicopter can still use the heli-area as a “touch and go” helipad. A beach club area is placed at the aft of the lower deck. It accommodates a boutique garage packed with tenders & toys and a glass surrounded living room, including a bar, can be transformed to a fully open area while in warm climates. There are three hydraulic operated platforms (aft,P.S,Stbd.S) ensuring the highest sea contact experience.

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For the official announcement visit: Finalists Announced 

For full submission: YDOY 2018 Full Submission