Friday, July 23, 2010

Design 2739 - 112' Expedition Motoryacht


This rugged little ship 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, generous indoor and outdoor dining areas, a large Jacuzzi on the upper deck, and a fishing cockpit outfitted with a professional fighting chair. The classic Sparkman & Stephens exterior profile compliments the rugged steel construction to create a stylish, functional design. Twin propellers recessed in tunnels allow for shallow draft and the ability to get in close to the beach, a design requirement from the client. Please contact us for details.

General Arrangement - Upper Decks

General Arrangement - Main and Lower Deck

Principal Characteristics

Length Overall……………………………………………………………112’-0” 34.1m
Length Waterline.………………………………………………………100’-6” 30.7m
Beam………………………………………………………………………27’-0” 8.2m
Draft:………………………………………………………………………8’-1” 2.5m
Hull Type……………………………………………………………Displacement Hull
Construction……………………Steel Hull, Aluminum Superstructure
Main Engines……………………………………………2 x Caterpillar C32

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Latest Addition to M-Series: the M29

Photo Credit: Onne van der Wal

Designed to be easy to rig, launch and sail, the M29 is a perfect daysailer for single-handed sailing or can be raced easily by a crew of two or three. Built by Morris Yachts of Maine, these are gorgeous, comfortable and built to exacting specifications.

Please contact us for any and all M-Series sales, both new and used. Call or email for pricing, availability, study plans and specifications for the entire M-Series including M29, M36, M42 and M52.

Here's the entire line-up (click for bigger image):

Photo Credit: Onne van der Wal

Meet our brokerage team:
In New York
Brokers: Kevin Dailey, Rex Herbert, Harry Morgan
Tel: 1-212-661-6170

In Newport, Rhode Island
Brokers: AJ Evans, Jeff Grey
Tel: 1-401-847-5449

In Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Brokers: Curt Brayer, Peter Grimm, Chuck Irwin, Buddy Payne,
Franco Tringali, Jack Zacks, Bob Zarchen
Tel: 1-954-524-4616

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Design 2758 - 25' Center Console

Here's an update on the 25' center console we have in build at the Brooklin Boat Yard. The hull has been planked, all structure installed, engine beds in, skeg and stern tube installed and the outer fiberglass layer has been added and the boat has been faired. The boat has now been rolled and will go back in the shop for completion. Please contact us for more information. We'll keep you posted.

Roll Sequence Images Courtesy of Brooklin Boat Yard

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Design 2715 - 40-meter Motoryacht

Here's a new tri-deck 40-meter motoryacht design with emphasis on hull efficiency, sea-keeping, and with a seaworthy interior design that provides safety and comfort while underway.

The lower accommodations deck includes a tender garage, engine room, four guest staterooms, crew cabins for eight crew, a laundry room, and a large crew mess. The main deck features a spacious master stateroom with a private office, a salon area, dining room, galley, and aft exterior lounging area. The bridge deck features a sky-lounge with a bar, spacious exterior dining area, gym, and wheelhouse that connects to the captain’s stateroom. The sun deck includes a large aft sunning area with Jacuzzi, dining area, and full bar.

Principal Characteristics

Length Overall……………………………………………………131’-3” (40m)
Length Waterline.………………………………………………120’-0” (36.5m)
Beam…………………………………………………………………27’-10” (8.5m)
Draft:……………………………………………………………………8’-3” (2.5m) Displacement:………………………………………………836,000lbs (380MT)
Hull Type…………………………………………………………Displacement Hull
Construction……………………………Steel Hull, Aluminum Superstructure
Main Engines…………………………………………………………2 x Caterpillar C32

J-Class - Ranger


Here are a couple of shots of super-J Ranger. The shot above is at her launching at the Bath Iron Works of Maine.The next succession of images are rarely seen views of Ranger's interior accommodations.





It is interesting to note that per the Conditions Governing Races for The America’s Cup, New York Yacht Club, 1937 cabin accommodations were required to include the following minimum fittings:
One double stateroom – with two bunks
Two single staterooms – with one bunk
Or, four single staterooms
Each with bureau, hanging locker, seat and individual skylight.
Two owner’s quarters toilet rooms with toilet, washbasin and door and the usual sea connections.
Main cabin with skylight and door at the forward end.
Skylight and hatch for galley and crew’s quarters.
The main cabin may be used for crew’s quarters.
Must have an icebox with a capacity of not less than 45 cubic feet.
Top of the icebox shall not be below the sole beams.
Water tank or tanks with minimum capacity of 400 gallons.
Adequate facility to berth and feed 85% of the paid crew.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Design 2735 - 60' Planing Motoryacht

This design is for an experienced yachtsman looking to move up from a smaller production yacht. His criteria was specific: he wished to have the master stateroom amidships and full beam.

The galley is located half a level down with a small study opposite. From here one can descend a half staircase to the full beam master cabin or forward to the guest area. The flybridge has a very nice wrap-around settee forward of the helmsman.

Please call or email us for study plans and specifications.

Principle Dimensions:
Length Overall 60.00 ft
Length at Design Waterline 55.42 ft
Maximum Beam 18.33 ft
Draft (Bottom of skeg) 5.00 ft
Lightship Displacement 86,000 lbs
Full Load Displacement 106,000 lbs