The semi-displacement (SD) motor yacht Logos SD is a beautiful ‘Fast Passage’ vessel, featuring a steel hull and composite superstructure construction. She is being developed for an experienced European client.
Logos SD yacht will have classic lines with modern touches from the drawing board of Ward Setzer and is being developed to have many unique features. The vessel features a steel semi-displacement hull form designed to go up to 16 knots with upgraded engines.
Luxury yacht Logos SD will accommodate a full beam master cabin, a full beam VIP, two guest cabins forward of engine room on the lower deck and two crew cabins for 4 aft, with laundry and crew mess area. Her spacious exterior decks include a large swimming platform, seating on the forward deck, sunbathing, dining and additional seating arrangement on the main deck and flybridge.
Logos SD will be MCA compliant and built to Charter class rules.
“Our goal with this design was to challenge pre-conceived notions of what an all-around, go-anyhere yacht should be,” said Ward Setzer, President of Setzer Yacht Architects. “The result is a blend of modern and classical design elements into what we believe represents the future of bluewater yachting.”
Technical Specifications of the 27m superyacht Logos SD
Name: Logos SD
Type: Semi – Displacement Yacht
Length Overall: 26.8m 88′
Length Waterline: 23.6m 77′ 2″
Beam: 6.5m 21′ 4″
Draft: 1.8m 6′
Fuel Capacity: 10,000 lt. 2.600 gal
Fresh water: 2,000 lt. 500 gal
Displacement: 100 tons
Engines: 2 x 1,900 hp Caterpillar C32 ACERT
Speed: 23 knots – max/20 knots – cruise
Construction: steel hull and composite superstructure
Generators: 2 x 35kW – 50Hz
Classification: RINA Charter & MCA
Design: Setzer Yacht Architects
Naval Architect: Setzer Yacht Architects
Accommodation: 8 guests & 4 crew