Yacht Exterior Styling + Design

Twin Mast Catamaran. 35M.
Twin Mast Catamaran. 35M.
Twin Mast Catamaran. 35M.
Twin Mast Catamaran. 35M.
Twin Mast Catamaran. 35M.
Twin Mast Catamaran. 35M.
Fast retro launch. Capable of 70+mph!
Fast retro launch. Capable of 70+mph!
65M Motor Sailer.
65M Motor Sailer.
65M Motor Sailer.
65M Motor Sailer.
65M Motor Sailer.
65M Motor Sailer.
Gemini 42 Catamaran. Production yacht.
Gemini 42 Catamaran. Production yacht.
Gemini 42 Catamaran. Production yacht.
Gemini 42 Catamaran. Production yacht.
Exploration vessel concept design.
Exploration vessel concept design.
60M Classic Motor Yacht.
60M Classic Motor Yacht.
95M motor yacht "Carib"
95M motor yacht “Carib”
95 Metre Motor Yacht "Carib"
95 Metre Motor Yacht “Carib”
55 Metre motor yacht concept.
55 Metre motor yacht concept.
45 Metre motor yacht concept.
45 Metre motor yacht concept.
Fast Motor Catamaran designed with Adam Younger Designs.
Fast Motor Catamaran designed with Adam Younger Designs.
Fast Motor Catamaran designed with Adam Younger Designs.
Fast Motor Catamaran designed with Adam Younger Designs.
25 Metre motor yacht concept.
25 Metre motor yacht concept.
25 Metre motor yacht.
25 Metre motor yacht.
Cockpit and Aft design for 35' River cruiser.
Cockpit and Aft design for 35′ River cruiser.
Poker Run PRE350 - Built by Supermarine.
Poker Run PRE350 – Built by Supermarine.
Poker Run PRE350 - Built by Supermarine.
Poker Run PRE350 – Built by Supermarine.
Poker Run PRE350 - Built by Supermarine.
Poker Run PRE350 – Built by Supermarine.
40foot lightning catamaran
Lightning Catamaran – Built by Supermarine.
35-40foot lightning catamaran v24a
40 foot lightning catamaran
40 Foot Supermarine "Lightning" fast catamaran.
40 Foot Supermarine “Lightning” fast catamaran.
Fury 56 Bow
Fury 56 Bow
Fury 56'
Fury 56′
Fury 56'
Fury 56′
Fury under way
Fury under way
Continuum-40m persp 13a

MY Continuum – under way at 50 knots

Continuum-40m persp 12

MY Continuum

Continuum-40m persp 7

MY Continuum

42M MY Continuum

MY Continuum

EXTERIOR DESIGN – The Process The process of designing a new yacht can vary a little from vessel to vessel, but the basic elements are often the same. We always listen to our clients and try to establish their wishes and criteria. Typically the process will involve entering conversations with the client to find out their requirements and begin to define a direction for the design. This is followed by making preliminary sketches. Past this, we will begin by making a preliminary General Arrangement drawing, a profile (or several), a drawing with deck heights and some basic sections. These all will be defined by the parameters agreed upon at the outset. We will set out to produce the first visuals and technical drawings. The first drawings will refine the design and highlight the potential technical possibilities and boundaries. We will then produce a preliminary specification document, which will assist the definition of the elements of the design. Once the client has had a chance to view and approve these drawings and specifications, the design can proceed to a stage where a three-dimensional CAD model can be commissioned. This serves three purposes:
  1. It allows the client get a 3d impression of the look of his/her yacht (or other design).
  2. It allows me to ensure that the form of the design is resolved from all angles.
  3. It provides a basis for the Naval architects and shipyard to work from, to first make the necessary calculations, alterations (if necessary) and then make the construction drawings.
The shipyard will then be sent all the necessary 2d/3d drawings and models, final specification and final visuals. I can then visit the yard at agreed predetermined intervals to supervise, troubleshoot and ensure that the construction process flows as smoothly as possible. I can provide a complete service from concept to final delivery. Typically the process will involve entering conversations with the client to find out their requirements and begin to define a direction for the design. This is followed by making preliminary sketches and visuals.

Contact us

Address: 3 Wellmeadow Road, Shrewsbury, SY3 8UL Tel: +44 (0) 74 32 52 49 00 Email: Andrew@AndrewTrujilloDesign.com

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