Pendennis 105′ · Akalam

Length: 32 m
Beam: 7.6 m
Draft: 3.30/5.50 m
Displacement: 97 Tm
Ballast: 31.40 Tm
Engine: 610 Hp
Water: 4500 lt
Fuel: 9600 lt
Sail Area: 441 m²
Boatyard: Pendennis Shipyard / UK
Naval Architecture & Styling: Barracuda Yacht Design
Interior Designer: Javier Muñoz
Year: 2011
Finalist WSA 2012

Evolution of Barracuda 28 m. Incorporating a lower saloon with lower dining room, larger Owner’s cabin and general aesthetics which resembles that of a more classical yacht with plenty of character in hull and superstructure.

Deck area with forward dinghy and jacuzzi and aft cockpit with separate dining and lounge areas. Big windows are incorporated into the hull for maximum visibility. Deck cabin is elevated, emphasising the sense of space amplitude. Bulb keel and lifting dagger board for reduced draught. Hull built in aluminium with soft lines for good behaviour and high performance also under power of +13.5 knots. Mast built in carbon, simple handling and automated systems. Large engine room with incorporated cold room to centralise all installations. Significant requirements for noise and vibration control.
Images courtesy of “Lloyd Images”.

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