Baltic Yachts has recently launched its latest motor yacht, Bill and Me, which will be debuted at the upcoming edition of the Monaco Yacht Show.
The Finnish shipyard and her partners in the project have employed all their expertise in advanced naval architecture, composite construction and 3D-print for detailing in order to make Bill and Me a reality.
The new motor yacht Bill and Me features naval architecture by Germán ‘Mani’ Frers, while her interior design, by Design Unlimited, took much inspiration from the experienced owners’ wishes and expectations.
Bill and Me was developed with the aim to combine the speed and ease of use of a motor yacht with the design and comfort of a sailing yacht.
Among the yacht’s most remarkable features, there are a stunningly designed custom interior, 3D-printed stainless steel detailing, a modern carbon composite and glass superstructure and two Seakeeper gyro-driven stabilisers to ensure a smooth ride.
Indoor common spaces include two different saloons, one dedicated to dining and the other to relaxing. Both saloons have direct access to the generous deck areas fore and aft, all of them protected by deep, all-round bulwarks.
A reflective glass deck superstructure finish and custom stainless-steel work, including a unique and contemporary 3D printed push pit and pulpit design create an elegant deck styling, much more similar to that of a sailing yacht than a motor yacht. The interior styling features traditional oak, teak and cherry timber, alongside more unusual embossed leather on some surfaces.
Accommodation is provided across a master suite and two guest cabins. The guest cabins are located amidships below deck, with an owner’s suite forward and room for two crew cabins aft.
During sea trials Bill and Me easily met all her predicted performance parameters, with a top speed of 25 knots, and 17 knots cruising speed.