July 9, 2011

Project: DSME 43m

Daewoo Shipyard and Marine Engineering i.e. DSME presents the second project for its new super yacht line with this 43M boat.  The new project is the second so far presented of a design set, developed for DSME, by Italian designers and architects Andrea Borzelli and Francesco Rogantin.  Th other model which we showed you a couple weeks back is the 24M. The 43M is characterized by a dynamic style that plays with square angles and continuous glass surfaces which create a dialogue between interior and exterior.  Designed by Andrea Borzelli Architect with the cooperation of Francesco Rogantin for Naval Architecture and Engineering, this almost 43m long yacht is available with a four or five guest cabins lower deck layout with crew quarters in the bow area and a beach club and the garage astern. In the main deck, an aft relax area and an over sixty square meter saloon welcome the guests on board. At bow there is the master cabin featured by a big office, a walk-in closet and, if requested, a balcony at starboard side.  Between the main saloon and the owner cabin there is the lobby with a large staircase and a day bathroom, plus a technical area with galley, pantry and access to the crew quarters.  Two folding balconies along the side passages are positioned at mid saloon creating a nice airy-space feeling.  The upper deck’s main characteristic is an open relax area at bow, with sofas and sun beds beyond the wheel house. A second saloon, a day head, the captain’s cabin, a pantry area and an open aft dining area complete this deck’s features.  Finally, the 14 meter long sun deck is equipped with a Jacuzzi at bow, dining tables and sun beds.  The interior style and the layout are open to the potential owners  suggestions and needs.  Power is to be from twin 1050hp engines which should speed in the region of 14 knots max, and 13 of cruise.