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Clifford Denn Design reveals HMS Dreadnought-inspired superyacht concept

3 December 2021• Written by Tom McGhie

Clifford Denn Design has revealed a 76 metre superyacht concept with a bow inspired by the battleship HMS Dreadnought.

Accommodation on board is for 12 guests in six cabins
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Named Project R, the yacht is constructed from steel and aluminium and powered by a hybrid propusion system for a top speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 15 knots.

Speaking about Project R, designer Clifford Denn said: “It’s a world cruising yacht with plenty of space for the owner and guests to be served by the crew.”

Amenities abound on Project R

Key features include a touch and go helipad on the bow, bar and hot tub on the sun deck and an inside/outside gym on the bridge deck aft. Elsewhere, the main deck hosts a large pool surrounded by a large shaded external seating area linking to the bathing platform aft.

The lower deck meanwhile boasts a large beach club with a steam, sauna and massage area alongside a folding swim platform. Two tenders of 7.4m and 10m meanwhile are stored in the lower deck tender garage.

The beach club

Making full use of its 1,950GT interiors, accommodation on board is for 12 guests in six cabins, comprising of a private owner’s cabin linked with its own private saloon and office, one VIP stateroom and up to six guest cabins depending on client customisations. Crew accommodation is for a team of 21 in 11 cabins, with a dedicated gym for staff.

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