In collaboration with world renowned naval architect Rob Humphreys, the 100’ concept developed from a desire to produce a unique design with the emphasis on relaxation and lifestyle at sea. Too often modern yacht designs forget the reason for being on board – to be at one with the surroundings; be that at anchor in the sunset or passage making to an idyllic cove. What has developed is a concept that allows the user to be content, comfortable and safe while being able to choose from a variety of relaxation and entertainment areas all available on board, depending on their mood.

The profile appearance of a contemporary twin deckhouse ketch belies the expanse of accommodation within. A secluded aft beach is accessible directly through glazed doors to the aft cabin within, whilst the sunken cockpit is inviting and sheltered, and maintains a strong and alluring link to the main deck house. Sporting 360 degree views, enhanced by drop down bulwarks and near full height windows, the deck saloon features an uninterrupted vista from the seating / dining area within. Yet another cockpit nestles forward of the main house for secluded privacy.

With every aspect of life on board considered and revisited, this well developed design is bristling with fresh thinking and approaches to living afloat.