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YN19255 Project Pollux

Delivery: 30 October 2020

Current Build Phase

Joining Hull & Superstructure

After the hull and superstructure are joined together, work in the shed steps up a gear. On the yacht exterior we begin the fairing and elaborate paint process. For the interior we take care of the insulation, piping, cabling and outfitting.

1 Design
2 Keel Laying
3 Joining Hull & Superstructure
4 Technical Launch
5 Delivery

Evolutionary style

The 55m Steel encompasses proven efficiency with sophisticated style.
Advanced naval architecture from Van Oossanen utilises the FDHF hull form to ensure performance and power. Combined with exterior design by Omega Architects, she offers a spacious volume of 760GT.

Innovative use of glass throughout provides an abundance of natural light and choice of panoramic vista after panoramic vista. The full beam sky lounge and main saloon embody this. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead to outdoor seating, dining and relaxation areas, delivering a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor.

At the heart of the design is the owner’s stateroom, where an 82-squaremetre retreat awaits on the main deck. Elsewhere, ten guests are accommodated across five staterooms – all with en-suite facilities.

A unique dedicated wellness area is accessible via the beach club, with the sun deck incorporating plenty of room for soaking up the best of the yacht life. Powered by two MTU 8V 4000 M63 engines, the 55m Steel achieves a top speed of 15.5 knots with a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots.

First impressions

The full beam sky lounge is found on the wheelhouse deck and leads out to a spacious seating and dining area. A unique feature to the 55m Steel’s three sister ships, the VIP stateroom is also found on this deck. An additional comfortable seating area is located at the bow - ideal for taking in spectacular
views whilst cruising.

Step aboard

The sophisticated interior of this yacht was created by the British design duo Bannenberg & Rowell. A blend of natural, noble tones and a tailored spatial arrangement lends the environment gravitas and wide appeal. Smoked Oak chevron parquet flooring, white Thassos, grey St. Laurent and ivory Travertine marble throughout, with occasional warm bronze accents, underwrite fine workmanship and furnishings. Smart design, refined materials and effortless comfort combine to provide an elegant welcome.

Specifications

General

Hull type: FDHF

Exterior design: Omega Architects

Interior design: Bannenberg & Rowell Design

Hull: Steel

Dimensions

Length over all: 55.0 metres / 180 feet 5 inches

Beam over all: 9.6 metres / 31 feet 6 inches

Draft (half load): 2.85 metres / 9 feet 4 inches

Tonnage: approx. 760 GT

Accommodations

Crew: 13

Guests: 12

Cabins: Full-beam owner’s stateroom, four double guest suites and one VIP suite

Technical Details

Maximum speed (half load): 15.5 knots

Range: 4,500Nm at 13 knots

Fuel capacity: 100,000 litres / 26,400 US gallons

Fresh water: 24,000 litres / 6,340 US gallons

Propulsion Details

Main engines: 2 x MTU 8V 4000 M63 (IMO Tier III)

Maximum power: 2 x 1,000kW

Main generators: 2 x Zenoro, each 175kW

Bowthruster: ZF-Marine 125kW, electrically driven

Stabilisers: Naiad Dynamics, 2 fins, type 720, zero speed

General arrangement

Sun deck

Wheelhouse deck

Main deck

Lower deck

Sisterships 55m Steel FDHF

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