Baron Yachts are built by Kaiserwerft GmbH in Deutschland, Germany. Few yachts are as striking to behold as Kaiserwerft’s Baron line of yachts. Sporting more curves than a Formula-1 track and looking faster than the Autobahn, the latest Baron 102’ "Perfect Harmony" completes a trilogy of launches by Kaiserwerft, who’s previous yachts include "Ocean of Love" and "C’est la Vie." And finally, their latest launch is "Catwalk".
Few yachts are as striking to behold as Kaiserwerft’s new “Perfect Harmony”. Sporting more curves than Mulholland Drive, the latest Baron 102’ completes a trilogy of launches by Kaiserwerft, who’s previous yachts include Ocean of Love and C’est la Vie. Although Perfect Harmony looks like a product of evolution in the sea chain, one can only conclude the futuristic outline bestowed on her is a result of computer-aided generation. Perfect Harmony is the ideal name for Kaiserwerft’s latest launch, as her assertively sweeping lines accurately depict the natural flow of water around the hull, further mimicking this creature’s habitat. The Baron’s somewhat fusiform shape embodies an anatomical form that can only be described as “shark-like”, with gills on each side and aft ledges reminiscent of dorsal fins. If ever there were a yacht befitting of the name “Great White”, this would be Peter Benchley’s boat!
In January 2006, Kaiserwerft launched Catwalk, a very unique semi-displacement 40.5-meter yacht that extends to 42 meters by way of a swim platform. The name Catwalk is based on its interior design concept, stucco walls and fabrics in harmony with Oak and African zebrawood, having both a polished and satin finish, grace the yacht. She was built entirely in-house by KaiserWerft of Bavaria in GRP. The yacht benefits from unusually high ceilings especially in the entrance lobby, which also incorporates a lounging area with 3-meter ceilings.