Terence Disdale

History

Superyacht designer Terence Disdale has been responsible for designing more than 100 yachts in his extraordinary 40-year career, including more than 50 superyachts over 45 metres. Terry Disdale worked as a design assistant to the late, legendary superyacht designer Jon Bannenberg for several years, and left to set up Terence Disdale Design in 1973.

Disdale’s interior design style is wide ranging, and often follows his mantra of ‘beach house not penthouse’. Known for his flamboyant personality and considered by many to be the original ‘rock star’ designer, his passions include fishing and his classic XK120 Jaguar.

Notable yachts

Terry Disdale has had a hand in the design of many of the world’s largest and most famous superyachts, including Roman Abramovich’s 165 metre Eclipse, the interiors of Abramovich’s former 115 metre superyacht Pelorus and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s 92.4 metre Tatoosh, interior design and exterior styling of the 140 metre Al Salamah, the interior design for the 90 metre Ice (ex-Air), and the exterior and interior design of Abramovich’s former 86 metre superyacht Ecstasea.

Specialisations

Terry Disdale has collaborated with a number of designers, and has completed several projects with renowned superyacht designer Tim Heywood. Disdale and his team also design private jets. His numerous awards over the years culminated in receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at the ShowBoats Design Awards 2014.

Yachts For Sale

Yachts for Charter

YACHTS BY Terence Disdale

ECLIPSE

Blohm & Voss   162.5 m  2010

A+

Lurssen   147.25 m  2012

AL SALAMAH

Lurssen   139.29 m  1999

PELORUS

Lurssen   114.5 m  2003

RADIANT

Lurssen   110 m  2009

MAYAN QUEEN IV

Blohm & Voss   93.25 m  2008

TATOOSH

Nobiskrug   92.42 m  2000

ICE

Lurssen   90.1 m  2005

DREAMBOAT

Oceanco   90 m  2019

ECSTASEA

Feadship   85.95 m  2004

SUNRAYS

Oceanco   85.5 m  2010

ROMEA

Abeking & Rasmussen   82.4 m  2015

GRACE

Abeking & Rasmussen   81.8 m  2014

MONTKAJ

Amels   78.03 m  1995

BOADICEA

Amels   76.61 m  1999