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The Megayacht Radiant (project Darius) at Valencia.

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by antiguogrumete, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. antiguogrumete

    antiguogrumete New Member

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    Nice group of photos of the "Radiant" although they seem quite a bit on the large suze over the forums requirements of 640X480.
  3. Justus

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    Nice shots !
    I saw her months ago in Hmaburg,
    a impressive but quite elegant yacht.
  4. ThirdHatt

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    Impressive, yes but Radiant is nowhere near as sleek and sexy as Pelorus in my humble opinion.
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    Thanks for the images antiguogrumete. Much appreciated.

    I've resized the pics you posted, but in the future please remember that the maximum image width is 640 pixels.
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    Great photos, Javier! Congratulations!
    Is it possible to see them somehow Full-sized?
    I guess you made more shots from different angles and it would be very interesting to see them all in high resolution.
    Do you have your personal web site?
    As to rival to "Pelorus", there is no, so far, any Mega-Yacht to be considered as such, to my mind, of course. All attempts of Tim Heywood to repeat her design ( Opal and Darius) failed, though as a Yachts they are rather nice.
    Rumours tell that it was not his design but of brilliant Ion Bannenberg one.
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    Good looking for the most part. Dont care for that dip in the bridge deck railing. I think Frank Lloyd Wright said form follows funtion.
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    I dont care for that dip either. Many Architects have asserted Form follows function, but I believe it was the great French Modernist Le Corbusier that coined the term. He also said that "The Plan is the Generator".