Yacht designer Timur Bozca has unveiled a new 19m dayboat concept named Sarco.
Designed with a sleek, dramatic exterior, the boat is inspired by the head of pre-historic crocodile, Ferocious Sarcosuchus.
Built from carbon fibre, Sarco features a sculptural superstructure with a windshield design which deflects airflow around the sides, allowing for a smooth cruising experience. On board her deck layout is minimalist, with two aft sunbeds either side of a central companionway which leads into the cockpit. Within the cockpit is a central helm station and two L-shaped seating areas.
Below deck is a full-beam owner’s cabin, featuring OLED lighting and a modern interior décor.
The dayboat is fitted with two MTU V10 2000 M94 units, allowing for an impressive top speed of 53 knots which, when built, will make it one of the world’s fastest superyacht tenders. The engines of Sarco are to be showcased in glass cabinets, allowing guests to admire the power of the vessel.
Bozca was previously one of the winners of Boat International’s Young Designer of the Year award, and has already revealed another superyacht concept this year from his studio in Milan, the 70m Black Swan back in June.
For more information, visit Timur Bozca.