Design studio Andrew Trujillo has revealed its latest concept, in collaboration with Adam Younger Design – 42m superyacht Continuum.
Combining a stepped hull design with triple MTU 16 cylinder diesel water jets, the superyacht will be able to reach top speeds of 50-plus knots. A standout feature of her exterior design is a large open sun deck, which can also be customised to include a fixed bimini.
Her hull design features a deep bow and “transverse tapered steps, combined with multiple spray rails”, explained Andrew Trujillo, “the geometry of these being key to getting hydrodynamic performance, combined with dynamic stability. He continued, “The hull form seeks to achieve a balanced and efficient dynamic platform to offer a greater combination of speed and handling.”
Talking about the general concept of Continuum, Trujillo also commented, “It seems that so many yachts have deck upon deck, making them look a little top heavy in my mind. I sought to return to the original principle of a fast motor yacht. I wanted to make it look dynamic, with lines that emphasis its length and add a sense of speed and adventure to it.”
Continuum’s interior layout features accommodation for six to eight guests across two to three cabins on the lower deck, followed by crew quarters forward of the deck. The master en suite is then located on the main deck, towards the bow.
For more information, visit Andrew Trujillo Design.
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