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63m concept superyacht from Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design

11 June 2021By Tom McGhie

Rob Doyle Design has teamed up with Van Geest Design to present a 63 metre superyacht concept named Project Fury.

Together, the studios focused on designing a high performance sailing yacht with a maximised interior volume and reduced weight. To increase the volume, the studios implemented a 13.35 metre full beam main deck, while pushing engineering spaces to be as efficient as possible, resulting in a spacious 705GT interior.

Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests, including a 95sqm main deck master suite, complete with large hull windows and a private office. The rest of the guest accommodation comprises two doubles and two VIPs on the lower deck.

Aft of the lower deck is a large bay for storing water toys including surfboards, Sea Bobs and diving equipment. The transom is home to a swimming platform, which is integrated into the deck when not deployed.

Two seven metre tenders meanwhile can be stored forward of the flush foredeck and can be launched via a hydraulic crane. WHen launched, the two tender bays can be converted to on deck swimming pools.

Elsewhere, a DC bus diesel electric system and a swing keel performance centreboard provide stability when the superyacht is at anchor.