Nuvolari-Lenard is responsible for the initial concept along with her styling and interior design. Her dramatic bow flare evokes a classic lock, while her long decks give Project Redwood a relatively low profile, especially given he fact that she has at least six decks. Twenty staterooms will accommodate a total of 36 guests.
That head count means Project Redwood will comply with requirements of the Passenger Yacht Code, which states passenger total must be between 13 and 36 passengers. The code, created several years ago, applies to private yachts and those available for charter. Existing regulatory standards and requirements, developed for commercial vessels like cargo and cruise ships or ferries, simply wasn’t working for superyachts.
When Project Redwood realizes delivery, she’ll offer plenty of fun. Nuvolari-Lenard says she’ll carry several very large tenders, each measuring 15 meters. Two helicopters will be on board as well as a fully equipped sports and diving center. Guests can opt to swim instead of diving, either in the ocean but in a big swimming pool on the lower deck. The overall deck design will also provide protection from the elements.
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