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Andy Waugh designs the 45m superyacht concept Revolution

Andy Waugh designs the 45m superyacht concept Revolution

British designer Andy Waugh has drawn Revolution, a muscular 45m motor yacht concept that wraps a conventional interior in radical styling.

‘Revolution is an experiment in pushing the boundaries of yacht styling, but it is a feasible design educated by the many similar size projects I have worked on over the last 10 years,’ says Waugh, who has sculpted 3D models and produced renderings for some of the most prestigious design houses in the UK, before starting to produce his own designs this year. ‘It is an extreme example of what can be done with this kind of layout package: it’s a very common package. It should appeal to the kind of client who is bored by traditional yachts and wants to stand out in the crowd and make a bold statement.’

Revolution, which is designed on a proven hull-form, features boldly faceted exterior surfaces, a vertical bow and a coachroof split into a trident shape. Inside, the design contains similar accommodation levels to other 45m yachts and has a conventional layout. The main deck houses the master suite and main saloon, while four guest cabins and crew cabins are on the lower deck.

On the bridge deck is an informal lounge or cinema space leading to an alfresco dining area. In all there are four deck areas that in the current specification include two pools, one at the bow and the other on the sundeck and a sociable seating area on the main deck aft.

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