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The top 5 ways Project 75 reimagines superyacht design

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Commercial design know-how is brought to the forefront

Both Steller and Andrew Weir have a vast background in commercial and military vessels, and they brought this streamlined efficiency and robust design nous to superyachts. The result is a yacht literally designed from the keel up that takes into account future-proofing, provision storage, efficiency, guest comfort and ease of maintenance.

“Ultimately, what we get as a concept designer is a really well refined technical platform where engines are in a position for a reason, where naval architecture has been really well thought through – right at the beginning of the project,” says Rupert Mann.

“So you’re getting inside out design, getting ultimately something where form follows function, which is also quite radical, because it’s usually the other way around.”

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