132' x 25' 6" Pilothouse Motor Yacht
This 132 foot super yacht features distinctive modern styling, and deck plan for large corporate entertaining, Luxurious intimate cruising or charter work. The guest accommodations show a symmetrical layout with twin port and starboard staterooms and almost identically furnished owners and VIP staterooms.
The main deck is designed with a formal aft foyer opening to a spacious main salon, and a private dining room highlighted with large windows forward. The galley is commercially outfitted and designed with separate cooking, prep/clean-up counters, walk-in pantry and dinette forward.
More inside socializing space is found in the full-beam sky lounge with owner's office, library and powder room. The upper sundeck layout (not shown) features sunbathing and seating, hot tub, and wet bar. The fully equipped pilothouse is purposely separated from the entertaining areas and features a connecting port side captain's cabin. The huge foredeck is designed with dramatic sweeping balwarks to hide the tender and personal watercraft from dockside view.
The crew quarters below has a lounge, and six berths in four cabins with connecting head/shower compartments. A utility/laundry room is to starboard featuring watertight and privacy doors to the guest accommodations for "invisible" maid service.
Ship's propulsion is from 2 Detroit Diesel Corp. 16V-2000 four-cycle diesels rated at 1800 BHP each. The engines are elastically mounted, connected to remote mounted v-drives and a conventional propeller/shaft arrangement. Aft is a separated generator and hydraulics room, plus an air conditioned portside workshop with engineer's monitor/control station. The hull is custom-designed for its particular weights distribution and operating conditions. At an estimated half-loaded displacement of 311,715 pounds, a 21.5 kt. maximum and 19.5 kt. continuous seed is predicted. The vessel is suited for either welded marine aluminum or fiberglass composite construction with scantlings engineered to American Bureau of Shipping rules.
Your inquiries are welcomed concerning this design. For further information on this remarkable yacht, please contact William A. Schumacher Naval Architect, Inc.
|William A. Schumacher
Naval Architect, Inc.
1985 SE. 17th Ct.
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