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case study

40M EVO - Liveaboard Yacht Design

About project

Exterior and Initial design of a 40M, 400GT liveaboard yacht, designed to provide unrivalled interior space within a compact footprint.

Capturing the client’s aspirations for a sub 500 GT liveaboard offering volumes comparable to larger counterparts.

Displacement Motor Yacht
14Knts @ half load displacement
up to 4000Nm @ 10 knts
Steel / Aluminium
10 Guests in 5 cabins, 7 crew in 4 cabins
Gross Tonnage:
400 GT
Conventional propulsion or Diesel Electric propulsion
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EVO boasts an elegant and dynamic exterior line, characterized by its uni-body hull and superstructure design. Nevertheless, due to her compact size, she allows for a wider choice of anchorages and ports without sacrificing on interior comfort.

EVO provides an ideal platform for long stays onboard, with a large private owner’s apartment on main deck containing a dedicated office and recessed balcony. The yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 luxury cabins, with ample communal spaces in the panoramic lounges on each deck. To ensure optimum comfort onboard, all guest cabins on lower deck have been placed aft of the engine room for optimal crew and guest segregation, additionally providing a unique interior access to its beach club.

At the aft of the vessel, the beach club has been designed to maximize the enjoyment of the water through its large folding terrace and connected wellness area. The raised main deck allows EVO to carry a full-size 5.6m tender, house a glass infinity pool and provide a spacious exterior lounging area.

The yacht is equipped with either conventional or diesel electric propulsion situated in the centrally placed engine room, capable to reach speeds of 14knots and comfortably cruise at 12knots.