To create a yacht that breaks down barriers between the owners and where they wish to go, we first have to consider the distance they wish to travel, and the sea conditions along the way. Also look at the amount of time and fuel they can expend, and how many guests they want to invite. The constants across these questions are the beauty of the sea and the desire of all aboard to see the views.
A seakindly hull with a slippery underbody allows for efficient travel at a range of speeds, including a top end approaching 30 knots with optional power. At the same time, seakeeping and bluewater passages come into play with a displacement speed cruise that offers a generous cruising range. A comfortable layout with welcoming accommodations rounds out the onboard experience.