atomare: Sunray

The "Sunray" 80m crossover concept unites the best parts of both, an explorer and a traditional yacht layout. It features five decks, offering accommodations for up to 24 guests as well as a generous owners area on the front maindeck. Its 1 1/2 story high maindeck saloon and the fullbeam upperdeck lounge offer luxurious relaxation and entertainment possibilities for the guests. In addition the "Sunray" features three extensive decks for outdoor pleasure and activity.

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atomare, May 10, 2008
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      Sean Herron

      Lovely rendering...

      Crossover is a very broad term - usually reserved for salesmen or other...

      Please explain further in your own words...

    • atomare
      Hi Sean,
      the crossover refers to both the layout and the functions of the vessel. The general exterior appearance is that of an explorer, with a high superstructure on front (in this case even with an overhang), though the decks at the stern express more of the floating elegance of a typical yacht. The general idea for the Sunray was to create a ship that offers its passengers comfort and the most possible space, which is the real luxury on the sea. Its exceeding sundeck functions as an observatory platform as well as a large beachlike surface on top of the ocean.

      Though the term crossover might be a bit far fetched, I was meaning to express, that it is a vessel, on which you can enjoy the sun and welcome guests, as well as go explore the earth....

      hope that answers your question. David.
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      WOW ... Geneus design... everything matches so perfectly.
    • atomare
      Thank you very much Orhan. I m trying my best ;)
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      Pretty: (WWII destroyer Camo with a hint of blue).
    • balsaboatmodels
      Something about like yea?
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