BADGAL is a sleek and elegant 43-meter concept curated by Officina Armare Yacht Design Studio. The exterior design is unique, featuring a high sheer line connecting the bow to the stern. The glass-domed upper deck adds to the sporty look while the dark colors create an air of mystery. The bow mooring equipment placement under the upper deck flooring results in an innovative solution to storage and guest space ratios. Additional space is created in the lower deck by the v-drive transmission configuration, reducing the engine room area.
The powerful design is authenticated by surprising speeds. BADGAL boasts MTU 12V 4000CM93L engines to push the yacht to an astounding top speed of 29+ knots. BADGAL features a superb layout that guarantees total privacy and relaxation at sea. Her 5 interior staterooms provide luxury and premium comfort for up to 10 guests. This eye-catching design is sure to turn heads.
Furthermore, to leave more space in the lower deck, the team chose a v-drive transmission configuration, reducing the engine room area. The decision to go for a planing hull may seem in contrast with the latest trend of building most yachts capable to get on long range journeys at the desired cruise speed, but the striking design of this vessel represents the main aspect in which all the project revolves around. The focus, according to the team, who had to manage the task of pleasing the client, was to propose a show-off yacht rather than the usability of it.
The exterior design is the most fascinating feature of the yacht, simply for the fact that it is unique. The profile view shows two amazing and huge black windows with a contour line that connects the upper to the lower one, creating a fake intake like a side pod of a car, with a high sheer line, running all the way from bow to stern, that helps to define the powerful attitude.
Moreover, the glass dome-shaped upper deck adds to the incredible sleek exteriors of this yacht and the sporty look is emphasized by keeping an ordinary bow shape, giving the vessel a feel of speed and quickness. Giving credit to this project, the solution of hiding the bow mooring equipment under the upper deck flooring results in an innovative and brave answer to the problem of combining the space needed for the mooring system and keeping a smooth over-all design with the ordinary bow shape, unlike the choice of developing a reverse bow.
The yacht features three decks in her interiors, to be able to accommodate her owner in the huge master’s cabin, located in the main deck, plus 8 people in 4 cabins in the lower deck, each with a private bathroom. She can also house 6 crew members in 3 crew cabins with bunk beds in the lower deck and the captain’s cabin in the upper deck.
Yacht Builder / Model:
Officina Armare Yacht Design Studio / Concept
Built / Refit:
2xMTU 12V 4000CM93L
25 / 29 knots
Exterior / Interior Designer:
Officina Armare Yacht Design Studio
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