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Isaac Burrough unveils his latest 28m yacht concept

Isaac Burrough Design 28-metre yacht concept

Isaac Burrough Design 28-metre yacht conceptThe Amsterdam-based Isaac Burrough Design studio has recently released its latest 28-metre motor yacht concept.

As one focus of the concept was to introduce a more approachable design language into the yachting industry, the yacht’s exterior design features a look that reminds much more of product design, rather than the conventionally referenced architecture and automotive industries.

This both functional and elegant design showcases an exterior with long uninterrupted lines, large clean surfaces, and bold rounded edges. These elements combine to create a design that is simple in form, yet striking in appearance.

“My goal was to look beyond the usual sources of inspiration for the yachting industry, to create a design that is both calming and welcoming” commented Isaac Burrough.

The Santorini-inspired colour palette of rich blue and stark whites epitomises the feeling of summer, this theme is carried over both the interior and exterior, giving the yacht a strong central theme. Amplifying the feeling of a Mediterranean summer, the use of natural teak lends its warmth to the interior, while the contrasting white lacquer keeps the open-plan layout feeling light and modern.

A true superyacht in a compact package, her layout allows for comfortable accommodation for up to 8 guests across a full-beam owner’s stateroom located on the main deck, a full-beam VIP cabin on the lower deck. A crew of up to 4 people can also be accommodated onboard on the lower deck forward.

A central, glass-encased staircase offers easy access between decks for the guests, with separate routing provided for the crew – allowing maximum privacy and perfect service on board. The yacht’s garage can house a 5.65-metre tender as well as a Jet Ski, but the star of the show is the sky lounge. Accessed via a central glass-sided staircase, this area measures an impressive 98 square metres.

Efficiency was also a major consideration in this design. Starting with the hull, which features a vertical bow to maximise the waterline length and reduce hull resistance, while still incorporating flare in the high bow to maintain seaworthiness. Additionally, the 98m2 flat roof on top of the superstructure is perfect for solar panel integration, which would drastically reduce reliance on fossil-fuel power, improving the boat’s carbon footprint.


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