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Project E39 by The Yacht Professionals


Australian design studio The Yacht Professionals took the chance of the Australian Superyacht Rendezvous (April 20th to 21st) to unveil their new yacht concept, Project E39.

The concept for the E39 was developed around The Yacht Professionals efficient shallow draft hull design to achieve a long-range cruising yacht under 40m. This 39.5-metre aluminium-built design also features a vertical bow to maximise interior volume.

The E39 is characterised by the sharp modern exterior profile and clean lines which blend seamlessly into the curves of the aft decks to create a contemporary yet classic style. Up on top the large sun deck features a generous seating area facing a glass-fronted spa with sun pads, leading to the central bar area with sun lounges situated aft and shaded with an automatic retractable awning.

Side windows run the length of the Yacht to provide a great openness to the interior and outstanding views all the way forward to the full-beam owners’ suite on the main deck and down to the four guest cabins on the lower deck. Accommodation is provided for up to 10 guests and 7 crew members, in four cabins, well laid out in combination with highly equipped interiors which reflect the requirements of this efficient long-range yacht. The large living spaces are fitted with side opening doors, a fully equipped galley and storage for provisions required for extended stays and passages.

The sharp profile and clean lines blend seamlessly into a curvaceous transom, which allows for extended al fresco seating areas on all three decks. On the main deck aft, ten guests can comfortably gather around the central table for a light meal or an evening cocktail. A more formal dining space is offered on the upper deck aft and glass inserts in the bulwarks aft ensure superb sea views.

Project E39 was created to present a very efficient, practical and usable yacht with an emphasis on the guest experience, by providing a vessel which will exceed the limitation of others and go further than currently thought possible in a yacht of this size.