The Scorpio Superyacht Concept By Bannenberg & Rowell and CMN

By on November 30, 2010
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Bannenberg & Rowell and CMN have revealed Scorpio, a new superyacht project based on the French shipyard’s 44m platform. Scorpio combines numerous design elements such as facets, chamfers and muscular changes of plane.

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The interior spaces and volumes are increased by using expanses of glass in the window areas. The large windows stretching across the owner’s suite provide magnificent views out and let vast amounts of light in. The combined effects of window placement, shape and treatment are very much key to the defining characteristics of the exterior appearance.

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One of the Scorpio distinctive elements is the scorpion-tail mast structure, which is a crane for jetski and rescue tender launching. Other features include exterior dining space and a pool.

The Scorpio superyacht concept will take 26 months from order to delivery.

Specification of the Scorpio:

Length Overall: 44.00 m/144.36 ft
Guest Cabins: 1 Master, 3 Double, 1 Twin
Guests: 10
Crew Cabins: 1 Captain, 4 Crew
Crew: 9
Naval Architect: CMN Yacht Division
Exterior Designer: Bannenberg & Rowell Design
Interior Designer: Bannenberg & Rowell Design

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Related links:
Bannenberg & Rowell Design
CMN Yacht Division

Photo: bannenbergandrowell.com