Canada-based Crescent Yachts, a business unit of WorldSpan Marine, has begun the construction of the largest-ever and most advanced yacht in the company’s history, the Crescent 144 Tri-Deck.
The Crescent 144’ will be built on an original hull design by Jack Sarin, with bulbous bow and propeller tunnels by George Rodden. The exterior profile and interiors of the vessel were designed by Jonathan Quinn Barnett (JQB Ltd), who managed to combine both contemporary style and disciplined proportions for timeless appeal. Barnett has shaped large on-deck areas, and has designated the pilot house and skylounge as focal points for formal and informal gatherings.
The interiors of the new megayacht are functional, spacious and innovative. The Crescent 144’ Tri-Deck offers accommodations for ten guests and is well-suited for private enjoyment and charter service. The main-deck salon area features lounge seating and an entertainment center.
Crescent 144’ features a private dining room and a galley near the saloon. Just forward there are two double guest staterooms, each with en suite bath, and aft, a full-beam VIP suite featuring a king-berth bedroom with bath to starboard, opposite a private sitting room that, with its own bathroom, may be converted to a second VIP suite for larger owners’ parties or charter service. Crew accommodations include three double staterooms plus crew mess and utility space forward on the lower deck.
Specification of the Crescent 144’:
Length Overall : 144’- 4”
Length on Waterline : 128’ 0”
Beam Molded : 27’ 6”
Beam Over All : 28’ 6”
Draft : 7’ 0”
Displacement (Half load) : approx. 265 tons
Gross Tonnage : approx. 465GT
Fuel Capacity : 13,000 USG
Fresh Water Capacity : 2,000 USG
Speed – maximum (at half load) : 21 knots
Number of passengers : maximum 10 guests (5 staterooms)
Number of crew : 10 crew (5 cabins)
Exterior Design: JQB Design
Interior Design: JQB Design & Crescent Yachts
Manufacturer: Crescent Yachts, Vancouver, British Columbia
* * *