New Isaac Burrough Design studio launches with a sailing cat concept

Isaac Burrough Design 60m Catamaran TopIsaac Burrough, a designer born in New Zealand and now based in Amsterdam, has recently founded his own design studio, which will be focusing on luxury yachts as to reflect his life-long passion for yachting. The first project released with which the studio has been launched is a 60-metre sailing catamaran concept. The multihull configuration provides an impressive amount of space, which has been maximized and whose layout has been designed with comfort and luxury in mind: this new sailing catamaran, compared to other similar concepts, is focused on the clients’ experience rather than on performance.
“The exceptional thing about a catamaran of this length is that you can have an efficient, slender hull form while also creating a spacious luxury interior. It also reduces the need for an excessive amount of stairs to access the various spaces on board,” said Isaac Burrough about the design.
The yacht features windows wrapping over the top of the superstructure, allowing for amazing vistas, an expansive aft deck area with infinity pool and outdoor cooking facilities.
The aft deck is linked to the interior through an elliptical winter garden, with plenty of natural light pouring in through floor-to-ceiling windows and a glass bottomed Jacuzzi located on the secluded sundeck above.
The main deck interior is divided into two areas by a twelve-person cinema: to starboard, a formal dining area is accompanied by a large bar, while a generous gym area and two elliptical lounge areas are located to port.
The yacht can accommodate up to twelve guests across five cabins. Two symmetrical 50sqm VIP cabins are located forward on the main deck, sheltered in full privacy between the two bows. The remaining three cabins are located forward in the lower port hull.
Further aft, a health club with a hammam, sauna, jacuzzi, and massage area can be found. The starboard houses a beach club with storage space for water sports equipments.
Tender storage provides enough space for a 10-metre tender in the port hull and a 6-metre tender and three personal watercraft on starboard.