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News: 37,5m superyacht ESCAPADE by Fitzroy Yachts and Dubois

August 12, 2014 by Alex Lever
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Escapade yacht has a fixed bimini, integrated into the lines and curves of the yacht. She has a spacious cockpit arrangement, which features a bar, seating, large dining table for al fresco meals, and the twin helms, which offer an extremely versatile space thanks to the curved glass mechanical sliding windows that allows the cockpit to be opened up or enclosed to suit. The exterior deck space is plentiful, with sun loungers aft and a tender storage area that doubles as a Jacuzzi forward.

Escapade superyacht is highly advanced and is the first yacht of her size to feature solid carbon aerofoil rigging (Hall Spars), meaning continuous rigging and reduced wind resistance.

The very latest technology has been utilized to ensure the Escapade yacht performs as well as looks good. The same approach for combining aesthetics with advanced design was taken for the interior. In her design the interior was isolated from the hull, resulting in the quietest interior space the acoustic surveyors had ever come across on a Kiwi-built boat.

The interior of superyacht Escapade was developed by Design Unlimited together with the owners, with particular input from the owner’s wife. “Everything that you see on board was chosen by us,” says the owner. “Our designers were surprised at how involved we got, but we wanted to make sure we didn’t end up with a yacht that felt like it was designed for someone else.”

Escapade yacht is able to accommodate ten guests and each room has its own colour scheme that features in the bedroom and the bathroom.

All in all, Escapade superyacht is a triumph that shows how a yacht that perfectly suits its owners can be achieved with time, dedication, and the right team.

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