News: Timur Bozca unveils new 55m superyacht CAUTA project

February 27, 2015 by ss
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Knowing that the owners would be spending prolonged periods on board with their children, comfort was another crucial influence in the design and layout of the exterior spaces. Having previously owned a large sailing yacht, the owners identified a large and open flybridge as a necessity. Instead of guardrails, a high freeboard wraps around to become both coaming and bulwark, providing more protection for those on deck than a typical toe rail and a safe place to run sheets and fairleads. Protected behind the superstructure are several living areas: a large cockpit, dining area, lounge and sun beds. The aft cockpit can be transformed into a paddling pool for providing maximum relaxation and for children when it is not safe to swim in the ocean.


While the design philosophy and lightweight structure required a bare minimum of detailing, the owner still desired a rich, unique and sophisticated interior ambiance. To achieve this balance of modernity and comfort, OLED technology was used throughout. This gives a dynamic modern structure to the cabins and exterior elements.


The lower deck layout is unique and futuristic, with carefully planned sightless and focal points which lead you through the yacht. There is comfortable and flexible accommodation for ten guests and eight crew members. The owner’s stateroom takes up the full beam aft of the yacht and this elegant aquatic-themed cabin includes a large living area complete with multi-functional desk with surface display, bathroom with rain shower system and changing area. Unlike traditional yachts, master and guest cabins provide incredible exterior view and the magical feeling of underwater view with massive monolithic polycarbonate side and floor panels.


Cauta yacht is a diesel-electric sailing yacht and powered via an innovative shaft and feathering prop. with all three Caterpillar C12.9 gensets in operation, the yacht runs through a Siemens electric engine to increase power efficiency, reduce consumption noise and vibration.

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