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5 Ways Sinot’s wild Symmetry concept breaks the mould

5 Ways Sinot’s wild Symmetry concept breaks the mould

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Symmetry Yacht Concept Helm

Is Symmetry technically feasible?

Is this a wild yacht design that is likely to be built, or just a wild concept? If you’re wondering how technically feasibly Symmetry is, her designers say very. They developed a 3D model of the yacht, which they shared with naval architects BMT Nigel Gee who, “confirmed technical feasibility,” according to Sinot.

BMT Nigel Gee provided in-depth input, which Sander Sinot and his team are using to further develop this unique and symmetrical superyacht.

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