Yachting Developments announced the signing of a new superyacht order, the 33 metre Hull 1017, with work set to commence in Q1 of 2018. Hull 1017 is an all-carbon fast sportsfisher design that boasts sleek and sporty lines and will feature full carbon epoxy construction to achieve improved weight and performance. Naval architecture and design work is by New Zealand design house Warwick Yacht Design.
“We are proud to have signed this exciting new project and look forward to collaborating with the Warwick Yacht Design team and their repeat client to bring this custom superyacht build to life,” says Ian Cook, Managing Director of Yachting Developments. “It is always a privilege to be chosen to work on a new build project and the signing of Hull 1017 is no exception.”
Yachting Developments has previously worked together with Warwick Yacht Design on five projects including 30.5 metre Quintessential and partners with them once again.
Yachting Developments is an award-winning family-owned builder of composite yachts. Operating out of a 10,000sqm yard facility that includes 5,000 square-metres of fully equipped sheds and water access in Auckland’s Hobsonville, Yachting Developments is able to service yachts of up to 60 metres.
They specialise in building a wide range of custom projects, having delivered a variety of yacht styles including sailing yachts, motor yachts and catamarans, and in recent years the yard has become known for its expertise in large sportsfisher projects.
These include the world’s largest all-carbon sportsfisher 39.5 metre Hull 1015, launched in November 2017, and 27.4 metre Satu, launched in 2012.
Hull 1017 Basic Specifications
LOA: 33 metre
DWL: 27.5 metre
Beam: 7.5 metre
Draft: 1.5 metre
Type: Motoryacht sportsfisher
Builder: Yachting Developments
Naval Architect: Warwick Yacht Design
Exterior Designer: Warwick Yacht Design
Interior Stylist: Warwick Yacht Design |Owner’s team | Yachting Developments
Hull Material: Carbon