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News: The Interior Of N8002 "ourtheory"

Discussion in 'Nordhavn Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jul 16, 2023.

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  1. "ourtheory's" Interior; The Second Nordhavn N80
    Since delivery of the second Nordhavn N80 (N8002) "ourtheory" the yard has released interior images of the finished product. We knew from the start that the interior of hull 2 would be vastly different from that of the first hull but Nordhavn is now officially affording a view to the interior of the newest N80. The interior was designed by James Glover who was tasked to create an internal aesthetic that mirrored that of the owner's residence in Southern California.
  2. To achieve this, beachy neutrals, light woods, natural textures, and plush furniture that emphasized comfortability were utilized across the interiors especially in the more public spaces. The heavily-veined marble, featured in countertops throughout the entire yacht, make a huge impact and carry a modern organic theme from room to room.
  3. The journey to taking delivery of ourtheory was an interesting ride for the owners as the construction took place during the Covid-19 pandemic. This forced them to not to be able to visit the yard as often as they would have liked under normal circumstances. Due to this, the interior was designed via emails and video conferences between the designer, project manager and factory craftspeople. So much so that the owners did not see the the finality of their project until it arrived stateside. Below is a look at one of the guest cabin ensuite bathrooms.
  4. With a beam of 7.11-meters this made for a comfortable interior especially in areas like the main salon. Full-sized home furniture was fitted in the salon and the space still feels grand and elegant with the decor choices and color palette utilized. As previously mentioned, natural textures, lighter timbers and beachy neutrals dominate the space. There is also longitudinal movement in many of the elements used in the space. For example, the vertical screening for the internal stairwell echoes the lengthy wood insert along with splices of LED lighting in the same direction. It is visually stimulating.
  5. The galley is forward of the main salon space and is a home-cook's delight with everything installed that is needed for preparing and executing the perfect meals on water. That heavily-veined marble is clearly on display from the backsplashes, to walls and countertops, it is there to make a visual statement. The galley is also opened to the dining area and salon, encouraging guests to gather in the area with several bar chairs at the front that permit conversations to continue even when in the galley.
  6. The master suite décor wise is essentially an extension of the main salon space. Many of the same elements are found here in the owner's cabin. The wood insert in the ceiling with the integrated LED lighting only differs in the direction they run. In the salon, the direction is longitudinally while in the master cabin it is transverse just to subtly change up the idea while keeping it cohesive at the same time. Although the color choices may appear to condense the atmosphere initially, with the large windows on either side of the full-beam suite along with skylights above, this room potentially gets ample natural light during the day.
  7. The ensuite to the master cabin on the other hand allows the natural stone materials to talk with freedom. The deeply-veined marble makes a prominent appearance in the bathroom where it clads almost every surface except the floors which have a light 'river rock' mosaic. Whites and polished metal finish the material choices in the ensuite for the owners.
  8. Up on the highest interior deck, (bridge/upper deck) there is a skylounge for guests and owner to utilize. Again it is an extension of the main salon a deck lower but just not as grand in size and feel. The skylounge is self-sufficient as well being outfitted with its own mini galley/bar just to service this area. No need to head down to the main deck galley. The décor here is more-or-less consistent with the rest of the yacht's interior spaces.
  9. Forward of the skylounge is the bridge where the navigation and general maneuvering of the vessel happens particularly on longer passages. There is a secondary helm station located on the fly bridge but this is the main control station for the yacht. A modern bridge layout exists here with 4 large displays at the service of the captain. Not one but three helm chairs are fixed to the deck permitting views outside of the slightly negative-angled windows.
  10. Recapping some of the vital statistics of ourtheory, she is 80' 8" (24.58M ) not including the bow plank. A beam of 7.11-meters and a draft of 2.02-meters. The displacement is around 127.4 metric tonnes (280,300 lbs). Power is provided by a pair of 375 horse power John Deere engines. Construction was made in GRP materials for the hull and superstructure. The owners took delivery of ourtheory last month.

    For more information:

    Pacific Asian Enterprises
    25001 Dana Drive
    Dana Point, CA 92629

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