Hera Sailing Yacht

Nicola Mondini

Yacht and Marine Vessels Design Hera Sailing Yacht by Nicola Mondini The design of this sailing yacht is defined by two volumes intersecting each other: the first volume is the overarching triangle covering the hull, meant to celebrate speed, the second is the hull itself, whose directional highlights radiate from its high stern to the flat bow. The thin rear overhang emphasize the lightness of the design, floating high over the waterline. The intersection of the two main volumes seamlessly creates the day light opening on the sides. The rudders are seamless extensions of the triangular volume, visually dropping in the water like the wings of an albatross.


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