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skijwr
02-01-2011, 09:25 PM
Strand Craft 122 ft Yacht

http://www.strand-craft.com/

http://graydesign.se/projects/strand-craft-122



http://graydesign.se/images/stories/sc122composite-588.jpg


Gray Design have conceptualised this ultimately sleek, high performance motor yacht for Strand Craft to break into the superyacht market, featuring a specially designed supercar as tender. The 38m open superyacht will be able to reach a top speed of 40 knots with her twin MTU 16V4000 engines with the ability to achieve 55 knots with the use of her optional Rolls-Royce KaMeWa boosters; offering over 14,000hp.

The Strand Craft 122 is a vision of absolute splendour inside and out, holding an impressive Art Deco interior that can be personalised to any discerning taste. The interior features four large, bedrooms, reception and salon areas alongside comfortable crew cabins. The Strand Craft 122 will be fully equipped with state-of-the-art-performance and comfort enhancing technology such as 52 LED TVs and Bang and Olufson sound systems in all of the rooms.

http://graydesign.se/images/stories/exterior2-588.jpg

With high gloss mahogany inlays on the fore deck and all-glass atrium covering the cockpit, the Strand Craft 122' Express offers a true Open experience with all the comforts of being fully enclosed.

The most stunning feature of the SC122 is a specially handcrafted supercar (or tender, in this case). It is a completely one-off design closely resembling the genetic form and fashion of the mothership. Slightly retro with a swoopy silhouette much like momma, it will be handcrafted in Italy.

http://graydesign.se/images/stories/exterior3-588.jpg

A hydraulic garage door raises upwards and deploys a retractable passarelle to become a dockside driveway. The passarelle will be hinged, allowing up to 2-meters of travel for low tides. There are two sets of stairs leading from bridge deck to the swim platform, which can be lowered for swimming and launching of the 272 hp HSR-Benelli rib tender.

A closer look at the SC122's supercar reveals a rear mounted, 880hp twin-turbo V12 engine with an estimated 375 kmh top speed. Built from carbon fiber and weighing in at just 2600 lbs., it has a projected 0-60 mph time of 3.2 seconds, but a head-snapping WTH time measuring in the milliseconds.

http://graydesign.se/images/stories/exterior4-588.jpg

Featuring an all-glass cockpit, at the helm and up above, it will have 3 digital displays for systems monitoring, plus a thermal vision camera for night ops. The stats call for radar and sat domes to deploy from the roof, but this is one of those 'believe it when you see it' things. Overall, the bridge deck is a very clean, minimalistic approach to Med life. There are three large sofas to seat 15 players, while aft is a large sun bed for 4 faux-femmes.

The resplendent salon is entered via individual sweeping staircases to port and starboard. Here, you feel is if you have entered the Waldorf Astoria in the 1920's. Aft of the stairway is a galley with a cozy bar. To starboard is a club dining area. The entire salon can be transformed to a luxury disco with a sophisticated surround sound system from Bang & Olufsen.

Forward, there are 4 double cabins, each with stunning seaviews from elliptical bullet-proof windows that stretch halfway across the hull. At the forepeak are two crew cabins. Greek marble is used throughout the boat with Hexacon lightweight paneling to offset the increased weight of high-end fixtures.

skijwr
02-01-2011, 09:27 PM
last 3 photos of Strand Craft.

http://graydesign.se/images/stories/Interior3-588.jpg

http://graydesign.se/images/stories/Interior2-588.jpg

http://graydesign.se/images/stories/loading-588.jpg

Double D
02-01-2011, 09:35 PM
Ummmmmm....... wow.......:eek3::shocked::eek3: simply awesome!! Need to order one with a Ski boat launch!!

Finnsdad
02-01-2011, 09:46 PM
There's probably a bump at 22' off

shepherd
02-02-2011, 12:08 PM
I guess it comes with a dynamic positioning system to keep it at the dock :confused:

milkmania
02-02-2011, 12:19 PM
I guess it comes with a dynamic positioning system to keep it at the dock :confused:
If I could afford that danged atrocity, I could afford a crew of 12 just to hold it at the dock for me.... wouldn't even have to tie it down, just let them stand there:rolleyes:

and have another crew on stand-by8p

Forrest-X45
02-03-2011, 05:29 PM
No crew needed or dock lines while fueling. Just get the already available Zeus drives with Skyhook electronic anchor system. It is pretty cool, I was checking it out at our boat show. It only adds another $30-40K if you ordered instead of the standard drive system. :)

Check out the Skyhook electronic anchor section.
http://www.mercurymarine.com/precisionrigging/smartcraft/smartcraftinaction/zeus.php

shepherd
02-04-2011, 09:40 AM
No crew needed or dock lines while fueling. Just get the already available Zeus drives with Skyhook electronic anchor system. It is pretty cool, I was checking it out at our boat show. It only adds another $30-40K if you ordered instead of the standard drive system. :)

Check out the Skyhook electronic anchor section.
http://www.mercurymarine.com/precisionrigging/smartcraft/smartcraftinaction/zeus.php

Looks like a dynamic positioning system to me. I was just joking in my previous post but... cool stuff. :cool: