Front Street Shipyard Presents Setzer-Designed Motoryachts

Front Street Shipyard is working with Setzer Yacht Architects to develop design documentation for a new motoryacht series.

Featuring four new designs from 28 to 40 meters, the series is an offshoot from Setzer’s broader 2014 portfolio of “New American Motoryachts,” a collection of over 18 new concepts that studio president Ward Setzer developed while on winter sabbatical in the Caribbean.

Included in the series is a 28-meter “Modern Commuter,” a 34-meter “Flushdeck RPH,” a 38-meter “Modern Explorer,” and a 40-meter “Vintage Tri-Deck”. These yachts will be actively marketed for construction at Front Street Shipyard.

Collaboration between Front Street Shipyard and Setzer Yacht Architects began in July of 2013, when Turner visited the design firm’s U.S. studios to preview early sketches.

JB had an opportunity to handpick a few concepts that he thought would be great matches for Front Street Shipyard’s customers,” said Ward Setzer, president of Setzer Yacht Architects.My design team and I finished developing the concepts with additional feedback and research.”

See detailed renderings of the yacht series

 

Press Release, February 5, 2014

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