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Mar 4, 2009

What does it take to make a new yacht stand out in our modern world of easy opulence?
With the yachting industry’s ever-evolving, state-of-the-art design enhancements and technological upgrades, we are in an era of stellar launch after stellar launch. So how does a builder go about creating a semi-production yacht that is truly one-of-a-kind?

In the case of Sea Fox, Hull #1 in Cheoy Lee Shipyards’ new Global 100 Series, the builder took a omentary step back from the current age of mass-produced magnificence and, with significant owner input, created something truly unique. Endowed with styling reminiscent of a multi-generational New England beachfront mansion, this yacht takes the best of centuries of life on land and moves it out to sea, while discretely incorporating all the “mod cons” that make time aboard as safe and comfortable as possible.

The Global 100’s deck and superstructure, designed by M.G. Burvenich, are constructed utilizing divinycell-cored fiberglasswith bi-axial and multi-axial E-glass reinforcement for a yacht that is extremely strong yet offers expansive, uninterrupted interior volume. Upon stepping into the wide, airy main saloon, with its pale American cherry wood joinery and semi-gloss, oyster-white paneling – reminiscent of a venerable Maine waterfront home – one realizes that this yacht’s owner knew exactly what he wanted.

This article was published in Boat International USA at page 64-70  of October 2008 issue. To read the full article please click on this thumbnail.