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In build: Conrad flagship yacht Project C133 nears completion

Polish boatbuilder Conrad Shipyard has revealed that its flagship yacht Project C133 is nearing completion in Gdansk.

This 40 metre motor yacht features exterior styling by British design studio Reymond Langton and naval architecture by Dutch firm Diana Yacht Design. When it hits the water in December 2017, this full displacement cruiser will be the largest yacht launched in Poland to date.

Fully MCA compliant, Project C133's accommodation is for up to ten guests is split between five cabins: a full-beam main deck master suite with fold-out terraces on both sides, and four equally sized double cabins below decks, which can be converted into two large VIP suites when needed. Meanwhile, the crew quarters allows for a staff of up to six people.

Built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, this tri-deck yacht features a homely interior décor created by the in-house team at Conrad Shipyard, using santos rosewood and makassar ebony.

Key features include a main-deck saloon that can be opened up to the exterior with three sliding doors and fold-out side decks. Up to 12 guests can enjoy a meal here, thanks to the large dining table.

The expansive superyacht sundeck on C133 is focussed on entertaining, with separate areas for dining and sunbathing, as well as a Jacuzzi towards the bow.

Meanwhile, the upper deck has been fitted out as a cinema room, with seating for seven facing a large television screen. A dumb waiter allows for seamless restocking of the adjacent bar.

For added comfort and a peaceful night’s sleep, Conrad Shipyard is fitting CMC’s electric zero-speed stabilisers. Tender storage is available fore and aft, with a foredeck davit crane and a transom tender garage, which doubles up as a beach club.

Power comes from a pair of 670hp Caterpillar C18 Acert engines for a top speed of 13 knots. When trimmed back to 10.5 knots, Project C133 will boast a transatlantic range of 4,000 nautical miles.