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    Interior & Exterior Styling: Joe Artese

    Rendering credit: Bruce Alderson

    52' Sailing cat Fear & Hope

     

     

    This state of the art catamaran, a collaboration with naval architect John Shuttleworth, features an “aero rig” with boom, and jib boom fixed to the stay-less mast all of which is free to rotate 360 degrees.

    Designer Notes (pdf)

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    52' Sailing cat Fear & Hope

    The client’s desire was to accommodate up to four couples in an ultra high-tech, sophisticated but warm and luxurious functional work of art. The admixture of leather, walnut burl and bleached teak with metallic lacquers, polished stainless with gold accents, together with an innovative flood of natural light accomplishes this end. Note the 60-bottle wine cooler under the crystal cabinet. The salon is so beamy that a “semi- fisheye” perspective was employed to illustrate, the relationships of the primary elements.

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    52' Sailing cat Fear & Hope

    General Arrangement features four staterooms.

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    52' Sailing cat Fear & Hope

    Section through Galley looking aft

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    52' Sailing cat Fear & Hope

    There are many opening hatches with the palm leaf etch throughout both hulls. The rig can be viewed from any vantage point. Sunlight and shadow play over the functional but sculptural teak handholds that surround the venturi-like doorways to each space. This creates an interesting visual and tactile experience, “rather like moving under a forest canopy through passageways that invite a caress”. (See designer’s notes)


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