Cheoy Lee Teamed Up With Mike Burvenich For The Global 103 Pilothouse Project

By on December 13, 2010
Global 103 Pilothouse design by Cheoy Lee

The Global 103 Pilothouse was designed by Mike Burvenich of MG Burvenich Yacht Design and Marty Isenberg of Cheoy Lee North America.

The hull of the superyacht is based on the proven 95/100 hull which has been extensively tested and has countless hours of real usage in all sorts of sea conditions. The Global 103 is powered with Caterpillar C32 Acerts engine and has a top speed in the upper twenty-knot range.

The Global 103 Pilothouse motor yacht offers two different interior layouts: the first one has four staterooms each with a walk around queen berth and their own in suite head, while the other has a large VIP with an optional his & her head and two other staterooms each with a walk around queen berth and their own heads. Crew cabins are located aft of the engine room.

“We believe the Global 103’ is the way of the future for the motoryacht market. In the 103’ we developed a yacht with similar amenities found in 150’ motoryachts but in a much smaller package which can be run more efficiently with a smaller crew and go to places which have a hard time accommodating the larger yachts. In addition the 103’ has a much higher top end speed then most motoryachts this size but still can be run very economically even at a cruise speed over 22 knots”, said Mike Burvenich.

Specification of the Global 103 Pilothouse:

LOA: 103′
Beam: 22’2″
Draft: 5’7″
Displ: 220,000 lbs
Fuel: 5,500 gal
Water: 650 gal
Power: 2x CAT C32ACERT @ 1,925 HP each
Gen: 2 x Kohler 40 kW

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Related links:
Cheoy Lee Shipyards
M.G. Burvenich Yacht Design