Dixon Yacht’s Project Fly Will Offer You Unforgettable Experiences
Dixon Yacht Design just unveiled its next sailing wonder, a 37-meter superyacht concept called Project Fly that looks absolutely incredible and even generates energy as it sails.
Showing off a stunning hull, constructed in composite materials and incorporating the environmentally-friendly natural fiber AmpliTex, this yacht also offers luxurious interiors and an impressive outdoor deck space.
The lightweight construction of this vessel gives it a sustainable edge, which means more durability and a lowered carbon footprint. The yacht clearly shows off Dixon’s design DNA, combining a sleek profile with edgy lines and a razor sharp bow.
Project Fly will offer a GT of 200, thus allowing passengers to experience an impressive interior volume and the comfort they might desire, without losing the yacht’s intimacy. With luxurious interiors and an abundant outdoor deck space, sailing the Seven Seas endlessly with this might become a real adventure, rather than a tiresome fantasy.
The yacht features expansive windows that allow plenty of natural light to get in, contemporary styling throughout and an interesting layout, with a spacious owner’s stateroom with direct access to the beach terrace and the sea, and three guest cabins and crew quarters located aft.
The main idea behind this project was to create a “yacht to aspire ownership”, that’s why Project Fly feels very personal, like a home away from home, completely different from those yachts that feel like floating hotels.
Apart from its lovely cabins, this vessel also features a large open-plan saloon and a cozy glass superstructure where all the passengers could come and enjoy the serene ocean views.
Outside, Project Fly will benefit from plenty of living areas, such as the recessed cockpit, the enclosed flybridge, and the exterior dining area beneath the flybridge tail and a superb beach terrace.
Although Project Fly’s name might confuse some people, this yacht won’t fly towards your next destination, but it’s probably going to get there pretty fast and it also won’t look out of place wherever you might go: whether it’s the French Riviera or the Norwegian Fjords.
Dixon hasn’t revealed any details regarding this yacht’s propulsion, but its bigger 180-foot sibling comes with a cutting-edge hybrid system that also incorporates an advanced energy recovery system that generates more power while this yacht is sailing. KERS, anyone?
The acclaimed British yacht studio will allow for further customizations to their project, if customers so desire. Feel free to go bananas, and expect the price tag to be adjusted, accordingly. But pricing seems irrelevant right now.
We all know that enjoying life and the trip of a lifetime is worth every penny and then some. Where would you go first?