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The top 5 ways Project 75 reimagines superyacht design

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Project 75 reverses the design process

Could designing a yacht “backwards” save owners money and time in the long run? 

A trifecta of yachting masterminds hope it will. Rainsford Mann Design, Steller Systems and Andrew Weir Yacht Management have joined forces on Project 75, which aims to offer a more streamlined approach to design, saving time, headaches and money by reversing the design process – the exterior is literally the last thing to be designed on this innovative yacht.

The building blocks of this project were just that - building blocks. The first draft looked much like a Lego block boat, but then RMD came in with the exterior styling, delivering a sleek, window-full exterior. 

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