March 11, 2018

Project: Jarrett Bay 110

Fresh on the launching of their largest and most advanced custom build to date, Jarrett Bay never stops looking forward to what could be next. Even with a full lineup of five hulls under construction and at least one more on the immediate horizon, Jarrett Bay engineers and draftsmen have been busy dreaming up another monster build, for a 110 sportfish superyacht.  Super Sportfish Yachts are the latest trend to come and once the eight foot barrier breaking becomes a normal build for both production and custom builder the new barrier becomes the thirty meters plus of size.  Jarrett Bay new 110 design proposal strikes for its profile, perfect proportions, remarkable seaworthiness and performance the North Carolina custom boat builder is so well-known for. Fully custom build this fully custom build is both available as an enclosed bridge as picture or a more sporty open bridge.  Interesting though is that Jarrett Bay has yet to build a boat with an enclosed bridge, the yard admits it has witnessed an increased interest in them recently, especially at the larger sizes. The 110 would be the first hull by Jarrett Bay to include both an enclosed bridge and open “sky bridge.” While the 110 would feel right at home dominating the best billfish spots on the planet, she is equally equipped and designed for exploration. When exploring the far reaches of the globe, most superyacht owners and captains opt for an enclosed bridge for year-round comfort and safety in almost any climate. This yacht design has attempted to include every amenity and creature comfort an owner could ever think of. The common requests will be available, including Seakeeper Gyro stabilization, whole boat control systems, unmatched electronics, navigation and A/V systems plus seawater desalination systems. However, there are thoughtful extras including the breakfast bar and common area centrally located below with the guest cabins, plus a third generator that provides for an ultra-quiet sleep mode. At the heart of her design is Jarrett Bay’s tried and true cold-molded hull modernized with the latest techniques in advanced composites learned from the carbon fiber-rich construction of the Jarrett Bay 90. Although her proportions are staggering, weight is kept in check with the use of advanced materials and composites and her draft remains under the two meter mark thanks to the precise placement of fuel and water tanks, and vital equipment, including the powerful twin MTU 4600hp engines and the 22000 liters of fuel to feed them. There’s no question that the crew of a renowned sport-fishing team works their butts off day in and day out. And when it’s tournament time, the work doubles. The 110 is every bit a hardcore fishing machine like every Jarrett Bay built to date, but her design lends a hand to the hard-working crew. Preliminary designs for this theoretical yacht includes a tender and toy garage for storing PWC’s, SUP’s, Kayaks and even a flats boat and motorcycles for exploring remote islands, all tucked away out of the elements in the fore-deck, making for a more chamois-free maintenance program for the crew.  The first interior designs of this concept include a full professional galley with complete appliance suite, including a double wall oven and plenty of chilled and frozen storage. A huge pantry accommodates the massive range this boat can travel. There’s also a separate breakfast bar amidship in the lower layout, providing quick bites for the guests anytime. Crew quarters below the mezzanine provide berths, a galley and space for lounging. Of course, being fully-custom the owner can opt for any interior arrangement they desire.  

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