Winch Design is definitely a good example of a company with a variety of interior design projects. They handle jets, yachts, and of course interiors, all with the best modern trends that interior design has ever seen. Seen as they’ve had an amazing take on many amazing vessels today we bring you a compilation of some of the best yacht that they’ve taken on. This is part 1 of our little tribute to the work of this amazing company.
Our first example by Which Design is ARETI, an 85m luxury yacht, built by Lurssen and delivered recently in 2017. She can accommodate up to 18 people with 27 crew members. Her top speed is 17.0kn and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 6000.0nm at .
Alithia is a sail 39.80m built by Abeking & Rasmussen and launched in 2002. She offers accommodation for up to 10 guests. She is also capable of carrying up to 6 crew onboard. One of her main features is her alustar hull with an aluminium superstructure, a beam of 8.38m. This yacht’s design work came from Tripp Design Naval Architecture and Andrew Winch.
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Cloud 9 is definitely a good example of “a world of utter euphoria”. She was built by KaiserWerft in Germany at their Saal, Donau shipyard, and was posteriorly delivered to her owner in 2007. This amazing luxury vessel has the room for 12 guests, accompanied by a crew of 22 people. This is a good example of a luxury vessel with wonderful and amazing furnishings to guarantee the best comfort to the owner and guests.
Here Comes the Sun
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Lastly, we have the yacht Here Comes The Sun’s, which comes with impressive leisure and lots of entertainment facilities, making her one of the ideal vessels for socialising and entertaining with family and friends. Her interior has been designed by Winch Design while the exterior is done by Tim Heywood Design.