As final graduation work, this design was created by Diego Freiría for the Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology. It is a 44 feet LOA sailboat for oceanic voyages, due to its sail plan and displacement, as well as the interior design that gives enough comfort to live along several days.
“The general concept of the design is an offshore cruiser, with contemporary style, thinking about the sea life (about galley, sleeping accommodations, nav station, sail plan) but also taking in account a possible racer version for the same hull and deck but with some alterations specially at cockpit and stern arrangement.” – extracted from the original author´s description.
As final graduation work, this design was created by Diego Freiría for the Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology. Following the tendencies about fast coastal power boats, this boat covers a wide range of potential applications, with modern aesthetic concept, designed to build in aluminum, due to its good relation among displacement, strength and maintenance.
“This hull and general deck configuration could be used for tender use for megayachts, or daycruiser with some alterations on deck, including sleeping accommodations in the first half in lenght.” – extracted from the original author´s description.