This concept celebrates the romance of 1920’s yachting with its low profile and period detailing. Whilst above the waterline, there is a time-honoured style that harks back to earlier eras of sea faring, below lies a modern shaped hull, with a generous beam and excellent stability.

This wider beam has allowed Rhoades Young to utilise the increased volume, with accommodation for 8 guests provided on the lower deck. On the main deck, the spacious owners suite boasts triple aspect views and features an office and walk through wardrobe, leading to a well-appointed bathroom. Further aft, a predominantly glazed lower saloon leads out to a dining area on the aft deck, affording the owners and guests an al fresco dining and relaxing experience.

On the upper deck, the pilothouse benefits from having excellent visibility with access to the captains cabin situated just behind. Walking out on to the deck, a sheltered seating area provides an excellent vantage point out across the water, with ample space for sunbathing available. A pair of 6m tenders grace the deck beyond, with a crane for raising and lowering to and from the water.

A fold away bathing platform and boarding ladder also allows guests easy access to the water, to cool off from the heat of the midday sun.