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  1. AMG

    AMG YF Moderator

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    My thread number 4 with designs will look like the other three, some new dream designs, some older that I find in my files and some from our production of fast commuters. There will be a new such model this year again.

    But before reality starts on Monday I have found some time and created this 100 meter concept. The idea is mainly to keep her lines more like a yacht than a ship, no big heliport, just a pad on the foredeck. Instead pockets for up to 50-foot tenders each side.

    /Lars

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  2. T.K.

    T.K. Senior Member

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    Very nice Lars......I'm impressed.
  3. brunick

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    seems like the floors are split-level, i did some rendering like that (other design/split level) some month ago :)

    looks definedly hot :)
  4. AMG

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    Yes Jannick, she is split level built around a central atrium. The red guidelines are the forward part and the blue is the aft. This allows for the tender bays to be higher. Also positioned a little more high and dry than usual.
  5. SINKorSWIM

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    Hi,

    Once again lars you have outdone yourself. This yacht is beautifully designed. But I would think no less coming from you.

    p.s. if this is a little sloppy it's because I am using my iPod touch.
  6. Codger

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    Is that segment just above the anchor door openable for observation of anchor set operations?

    "Teaser", brilliant name for the start of another visual feast.
  7. Arniev

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    Hi, Lars.
    The 100M concept is simply breathtaking.
    I did not notice any huge comm domes, just those slim pillars/poles.
    Is this the new trend now, i.e., having the comm domes hidden or with low profiles?
    Arnie
    :)
  8. AMG

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    Thanks all, yes Arnie, the domes are totally or partially hidden behind the fins.

    They can be leaning out as an F18 with domes in between, or leaning in and be covered by GRP where all antennas can be without domes of their own.

    And Codger, these are open mooring stations as the deck above has a helipad.

    Good observations!;)
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    Royale 110

    As a departure from the usual styling of big "Opens", I made this conceptual design. With the lines borrowed from stylish Bugattis from the 1920:s she can match other neo-classic yachts like Nero, Eos and Athena. Here is also a chance to get a nice art deco interior in harmony with the exterior.

    In this size there will be two full levels midships, but smaller versions are also possible.

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    impressive
    the bow looks like Aviva's one .oO(who was first? ;) )
  11. Codger

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    Royale 110

    Practical or not, it is just downright beautiful.
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    Royale 55

    Thanks Codger,

    I have now made an entry level model, which at 55 feet will move ahead pretty fast even with a single diesel. Not so practical and spacious as a normal 55-footer, more like a 40 footer inside, but the slender hull will give her a much better mileage combined with a soft ride. Could be our next model...? :)

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    AWESOME COOL!!!
    Here is a nice engine that will fit the style
    http://www.crmmotori.it/w18_eng.htm
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    Thanks Kurt, I guess this is what they would like in Norway..:D

    Without oil-fields I think in Sweden we will stick to a 6 cyl VolvoPenta, this will also give more flexible cruising speeds.
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    A tiger without teeth?:D
    Well this is the result when norwegians tried to build a Bugatti cruiser :cool:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M_NIIh94qI&feature=related
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    Same, same but different...:)

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    You really have something there Lars, hope you can market it.
  18. AMG

    AMG YF Moderator

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    Thank you, I think it would be nice to have one myself..!

    With aircond it would fit pretty well with the new market around Dubai and the islands, as well as in Florida. Also here in our archipelago. The different colour combinations are endless which makes it pretty fun too...:)
  19. Coenharbour

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    Hi Lars,

    In my opinion is the third combination (design & Color) absolute fantastic.
    Still thinking about what she would look like in British racing green or Bordeaux red...:)
  20. Loren Schweizer

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    Lars, the designs are very pleasing to the eye.

    Then, in post #16, that yellow/black combined with the 'eyeballs' is a real looker, bordering on...the hotrod look.
    I don't ever recall seeing anything like that on the water--you may be on to something here.

    Only thing missing--for the hotrod genre taken to expected extremes--is a monster motor...something with a serious bark, like a two-stroke Detroit Diesel (RIP), plus requisite sidepipes, painted-on flames, and every buyer receives a white tee shirt with a pack of Camels rolled up in a sleeve.

    Oh, yeah, almost forgot...the horn has to go "AAAAAHHHHOOOOOGGGAAAAAA!"
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