With a view to meeting with market trends toward larger boats based on individualized designs, Gruppo InRizzardi seeks to expand its range to meet with demanding client wants. The company looks to new horizons as it aims at securing avant guarde constructions of a major appeal to a continually evolving market.
At their Gaeta facilities this new idea is coming true whose design philosophy originates from specific buyer requests, as the pencil and creativity of naval architect Tommaso Spadolini have interpreted. The hull design is by Umberto Tagliavini (Marine Design & Services). Construction of this yacht is at an advanced stage and launch is expected in 2009.
RCustom 105 features contemporary style forms and originates from the client’s desire for an exclusive boat met with by the mastery of a designer who was able to conceptualize a super performance wide body yacht, and the support of reliable builders who provided the expertise to realize it.
Thanks to large interior spaces and generous volumes as were enabled by a wide body design, RCustom 105 offers largely more livability than standard designs of the same size. Most favored by this are midship spaces on the main deck and full beam master stateroom, forward also on the main deck. Four guest staterooms, all with separate facilities, and crew accommodation make up the lower deck. There are no deck gangways but sidewalks formed by elongated stairs from aft that surmount the main deck and slope down to forward. This architectural choice substantially influences RCustom’s aesthetics. The effect of this arched, soft line, the boat’s profile recalls the dorsal shape of a fish, in an ideally perfect integration with the marine environment. Dynamic forms also emphasize an aggressive line globally.
InRizzardi’s 105 Custom will be equipped with new MTU engines that, also based on the efficiency of a remarkably hydrodynamic hull, will deliver speed of maximum 38 knots. Excellent performance for a boat of this displacement.
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