December 10, 2017

New Model: Yachting Developments 39.5m Sportfisher Hull 1015

Yachting Developments is proud to have launched their latest superyacht the 39.5m Sportsfisher Hull 1015. The yacht left Yachting Developments Hobsonville shed on a sunny day in Auckland, New Zealand, on 22 November 2017 before safely launching at high tide on 23 November. This impressive yacht is the world’s largest all-carbon sportsfisher and is on a scale unseen before for this style of yacht. Built for a highly experienced owner, who is a passionate fisherman, Hull 1015 combines luxury styling with exceptional performance capabilities and speed and an impressive all- inclusive fishing setup that will allow her to undertake extended fishing trips. Hull 1015’s naval architecture and exterior design is by Michael Peters Yacht Design, with a custom interior by the owners together with Yachting Developments and Naylor Booth Associates. Interior work, structural engineering and design is the work of the specialist team at Yachting Developments. The owner of Hull 1015 approached Yachting Developments after seeing their work on their 2012 27.4m sportsfisher build Satu and expertise in carbon construction, and with a longstanding appreciation for the quality of New Zealand shipyards. Hull 1015 spans four decks, with accommodation for ten guests; a large master suite, VIP, double and twin with Pullmans and six crew. She features a contemporary classic styled interior that has been tailored to family living. Plentiful on-board spaces include the large main saloon and adjoining galley on the main deck, leading out to the mezzanine cockpit, the bridge saloon and helm with the connecting aft bridge deck, and the flybridge. Guest accommodation is located on the lower deck, with the master cabin midships, VIP forward, a double to port and a twin with two Pullmans to starboard. Other spaces include a games room on the lower deck. Hull 1015’s two Smuggler tenders are stored on the forward deck when not in use, with a crane for easy launching. The yacht boasts exceptional seagoing qualities, and carries a VEEM gyro stabilizer, that will allow her to venture out in all conditions. With Hull 1015 now in the water, completion work is underway ahead of the owner taking delivery in December 2017.
Technical Data:
LOA - 39.5 m (129.6ft) incl bowsprit
Hull Length - 32.3 m
Beam - 8.2 m
Draft - 2.8 m
Displacement - 81 t
Fuel Capacity - 40000 l
Water Capacity - 11000
Accommodation - ten guest berths in four cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 3100hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - Micheal Peters naval architect and exterior, Yachting Developments and Naylor Booth Associates for interior
Construction - carbon fiber

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