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  1. YachtForums

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  2. archnav.de

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    80m Megayacht

    Specifications...

    Loa = 84.8m
    Beam = 14.8m
    Draft = 3.6m
    Construction = steel
    Speed = 18.0kn
    Engine = 2x2500kw
    Propeller = 2xcontrollable pitch
    Rudder = 2x
    Bow thruster = 2x
    Guests = 14
    Crew = 20

    Short description of one of the layout possibilities (in this case we have changed the bridge wings from third deck to the second deck)


    The lower deck accommodates engine room with two engines (aft),

    The main deck accommodates the two main tenders in aft position; guests staterooms at mid ship. The technical foredeck is enclosed. Hatches can be opened to access the heli lift (forward)


    The second deck accommodates lounges for owner and guests (aft), the captain's stateroom (centre) and the very special round and panoramic pilothouse (forward).

    The third deck is the owner's quarters.




    From:

    http://www.archnav.de/Projects/Pictures/Megayachtq.m1v

    You can download a computer movie of the yacht. Be patient (5.8MB). Buffering it first, otherwise it will not play smoothly.

    Go to:

    http://www.archnav.de/Projects/80myacht.html

    here you can download further information

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    Last edited: Oct 22, 2004
  3. archnav.de

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    Owners deck 80m Megayacht rendering

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  5. archnav.de

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  7. archnav.de

    archnav.de Senior Member

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    80m Megayacht

    Specifications...

    Loa = 84.8m
    Beam = 14.8m
    Draft = 3.6m
    Construction = steel
    Speed = 18.0kn
    Engine = 2x2500kw
    Propeller = 2xcontrollable pitch
    Rudder = 2x
    Bow thruster = 2x
    Guests = 14
    Crew = 20

    Short description of one of the layout possibilities (in this case we have changed the bridge wings from third deck to the second deck)


    The lower deck accommodates engine room with two engines (aft),

    The main deck accommodates the two main tenders in aft position; guests staterooms at mid ship. The technical foredeck is enclosed. Hatches can be opened to access the heli lift (forward)


    The second deck accommodates lounges for owner and guests (aft), the captain's stateroom (centre) and the very special round and panoramic pilothouse (forward).

    The third deck is the owner's quarters.




    From:

    http://www.archnav.de/Projects/Pictures/Megayachtq.m1v

    You can download a computer movie of the yacht. Be patient (5.8MB). Buffering it first, otherwise it will not play smoothly.

    Further on go to:

    http://www.archnav.de/Projects/80myacht.html

    here you can download further information

    amd

    You can find high res pics under:

    http://community.webshots.com/album/210224008QsrCjG

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    Last edited: Jun 16, 2005
  8. archnav.de

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    archnav.de 40m Yacht

    archnav.de 40m Yacht

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  10. archnav.de

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    16m Classic sailing yacht

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  11. archnav.de

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    75m Yacht version created from the 85m yacht . Comparison-75-85m-
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    Heli storage under deck per lift 75m yacht

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  14. kalmeran

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    I like your 75m/80m design very much ! But I have some questions : why do you have the bridge on the second deck (in a relatively low position, so far from the bow) and not on the third (where you plan the owners' quarters). Two other options would be the "Utopia" or "Northern Star" lay out (bedroom on second deck, forward) or the "Ecstasea"(etc) option : owners' observation lounge on the second deck and the bedroom on the main deck, a duplex arrangement ?
    On the third deck you create room for the bridge and for instance an aft "spa area" (gym etc ?)
    The heli garage forward has advantages, but some people do not think this is a good idea. Can I have your views on that ?
    The tenders are on the aft deck ; is this because you do not like tendergarages in the lower deck ??
    Again : the styling is beautiful !
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    I like the hull on the 75m Yacht design best. As for the superstructure, might be tempted to shorten the top deck a bit to expand the balcony aft of it. Given the space requirements for a proper helicopter facility putting this in the bow doesn't seem like a bad idea to me.

    Kelly Cook
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  17. kalmeran

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    Neither do I ; it will be discussed earlier perhaps, but to me the arguments are : the hangar close to crew quarters , the platform in sight of the wheelhouse during heli operations , the hangar in the part of the yacht where motion at sea is maximum (so you don't plan cabins over there!) and all the fuzz out of the way, not disturbing guests on board. And how about a heli approach to the aft deck in harbour where you have moored the yacht stern-to ?? Now, these are the pros seen from a sailors' point of view. I don't know how helicopter pilots think of this ??
    I go with you in suggesting the topdeck structure to be shortened. This creates a sundeck behind the wheelhouse (with large spa like on Floridian (ex-Aussie Rules)??) and one on top of the wheelhouse (like...eh....Northern Star ??).
  18. KCook

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    Very good point. I didn't even think of that one!

    Kelly
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    archnav,
    Thanks for the video link.
    Crystal Ball is amazing!
    Arnie
    :)