42m Blue Navy motor yacht concept by UKI Design
UKI Design’s 42m superyacht concept called Blue Navy is a 42m vessel with a sleek modern displacement hull with aggressive lines and a bulbous bow. Her bold exterior lines and shapes were further enhanced by the choice of using vertical side windows which also add natural light and a sense of space to her interior. Her Naval architecture as well as styling is by UKI Design.
The Blue Navy superyacht Concept by UKI Design features an open-plan layout with open decks and light-modern interiors. She will measure 41.75 meters in length overall and has a waterline length of 34.8m. She has a moulded beam of nearly 9m, offering plenty of internal volume and space. The maximum draught is 2.7m with a full load displacement of 320 tonne. Blue Navy is expected to have a maximum speed of 15knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots thanks to twin C32 Caterpillar engines at 850 hp each with an anticipated range of 4300 NM.
The yacht is expected to be constructed in advance composite GRP, with teak decking.
Specifications of the 42m Blue Navy motor yacht concept by UKI Design
LOA: 41.75m (136ft)
LWL: 34.8m (114ft 2in)
Max Beam: 8.96m (29ft 5in)
Draught: 2.4m (8ft)
Draught (Full Load/Under Prop): 2.7m (8ft 10in)
Displacement (Full Load): 320 tonnes (705,000lbs)
Max Speed (Half Load): 15 knots
Cruise Speed: 13 knots
Fuel: 45,000L 10,000 US gals)
Water: 7,000L (1,500 US gals)
Engines: 2 x 850hp Caterpillar C32