Sailing Yacht

Royal Huisman NGONI video brochure (19 minutes)





“Build me a beast. Don’t develop me a wolf in sheep’s garments.” Yacht creating folklore might now have 1 of the most quotable owner’s requests of all time. “Exciting”, “Radical”, “Edgy”, “Stunning”: these are the variety of words that greeted the 58m / 190ft significant-efficiency sloop Ngoni all through the Mediterranean in summer time 2017.

Created by Dubois Naval Architects and that includes an revolutionary interior by Rick Baker Ltd, Ngoni is luxurious as effectively as “fast and furious” – the solution of bold and minimalist layout realised with impeccable create top quality by Royal Huisman. Ngoni’s smooth and fantastically executed exterior conceals a host of innovative engineering to meet up with the worries of marrying a substantial, powerful and advanced rig with a slender and effortlessly-pushed hull.

Royal Huisman – THE SPIRIT OF INDIVIDUALITY

Ngoni – 58m / 190ft – Dubois Naval Architects – Interior: Rick Baker and Paul Morgan – Lights layout: The Light-weight Corporation – Challenge administration: Godfrey Cray Maritime Ltd and Captain Iain Prepare dinner – Builder: Royal Huisman, 2017

Photograph & video footage: Breed Media – Songs: Bensound, Nuclearmetal, Xova – Movie edit: Royal Huisman

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20 comments

  1. Elliot a NZ yacht designer did reverse sheer yachts 40 years ago for the same reasons stated here , Beautiful workmanship , love to no some sailing numbers >

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  2. Obscene wealth disgusting waste of resources

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  3. This is the tender for it's new big brother …

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  4. 82 power boaters disliked this video.

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  5. Will you take my 1982 trapper 500 as part payment please!!!

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  7. Too bad it’s all slow motion. Not a fast boat I guess or there would be actual time film showing us speed.

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  8. Considering the art must be a creepy owner…..

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  9. Magnificent!!

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  10. Does anyone have idea how much these type of sailing boat costs ? I want to purchase one of these and do world tour with my friends.

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  11. Sold wrap it up and here is the delivery address …. Thanks! Oh does it come in pink as the wife wants one too?
    Best make that two more the kids want one each .
    That's OK just let me know what time and I will make sure the tides in … No problem!

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  12. Have you any yachts available for donated efforts towards Australia bush fire appeal please forward any information on to me and I'll make arrangements thank you for any consideration

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  13. Bird droppings on white deck jealousy makes me nasty!

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  14. nice boat or ship as it should be referred to now. But I still prefer my Hudson force 50 to this any day. I don't know, this boat is beautiful, and fast, and ridiculously expensive, but it just no longer feels like a boat anymore but more like a resort hotel that also sails to me. You can call me a traditionalist if you want but I feel like sailing should be all about the sailing and less the luxury there should be a certain degree of strain and effort put into the vessel as the owner. Not to mention this boat would be a perfect target for pirates, large, beautiful, slower than a motor boat, full of rich people, and finding parking for this thing would also be hard, bigger boats have problems with this, then the maintenance costs, fuel, crew pay. this is basically like owning your own personal cruise ship, expensive, impractical, a perfect vessel for a rich person who has cash to literally burn. Hey if you have the means then go for what you want, I did, and many things I said here could be just as easily said about my boat. It's not envy that I have but confusion, I've sailed around the world 2 times now and won't stop soon, and I have seen many of these vessels on the water but never used, and when they are used they are only used for maybe a week and the rest of the time they just sit in the harbor or anchor collecting dust. So is this beauty mainly used as a status symbol? because I know they aren't using it like most people who own boats, most people I know use their boats and have traveled a good deal of the world and can barley keep up with maintenance costs, while rich people just use these for maybe a week. It just seems odd to me, but then again you probably have you work all the time to be able to afford something like this, then it's sad because you now have the money for this but have no time for it, unfair if you ask me. but hey c'est la vie.

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  15. Owner is imoran!

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  16. That is one of the most beautiful boats I've ever seen!

    edit: as a master cabinetmaker now working in aviation, looking at the details, the work is simply superb! I look for "mistakes" in millwork. We ALL make them, but in the film-through, I can only spot a few…and those are so minimal as to be not worth mentioning. The men & women who built this boat, are I hope, proud of the work they've done. It is almost without peer!

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  17. What are the pair of whinches on the foredeck for?

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  18. That engine room is more beautiful than the interiors of many houses

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  19. I'm sorry but that is ugly! This is the day and age of a cold computer drawing lines for a Yacht rather than a warm hand of a man who loves the sea….Nothing but tacky bling…

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  20. So where's mine oh shit yeah I was dreaming but if he ever wanted to give it away then yes please

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