Wednesday, April 15, 2015


The big big babies, the 50-60 m long motoryachts have so many amenities on board, no? Pools, gym areas, saunas, hi tech living areas and so on. But have you ever wondered where the brain of these yachts are?
It looks like if the engine room is the heart, the wheel house is the brain and let's have a look at these areas!


48m Alexandrar was built by Isa Yachts with the designers; D. Socci and R. Luzzi.
The chrome profile is a nice detail to accent the corners of the furniture which are painted in black lacquer.


65,5 m long Imagine is an Amels production splashed in 2011. The interior design belongs to Andrew Winch'e, and the engineering belongs to Tim Haywood. 
Except for the red strip led light on the floor, I can say that I like the overall design.


Lady Lola is built by Oceanco in 2002 and she is refitted in 2012 by Zuretti and A Group.
I cannot really say that I liked this wheelhouse design especially for the colors used and the carpet on the floor! 


F. Zuretti has designed this 45 m long More, who was built by Benetti in 2002.
The combination of black leather and wood is just awesome. 


Roma is a 61,5 meter long beauty built in 2011. The designer Espen Oeino has done a great job here as always with the boat that was built by Newcruise.
The gray, black and white are combined very cleverly in this wheelhouse although I wonder if the reflection from the light colored window mullions create a problem or not.


65m long Seanna was built by Benetti in 2011. Redman Whiteley Dixon is the designer of her interior and exterior lines. 
This wheelhouse is also something serious here! The screens that are lower than the front windows, the combination of black paint with the veneer and the panoromic sofa at the back of the console. They all make a great combination.


The classic beautu Sycara IV is a Ken Freivokh and Bruce King design who was built in Burger Yachts. She is a 46m long replica...