Project Fox explorer hits water at Pendennis

British Pendennis shipyard has carried out a technical launch of their new 35-metre explorer currently known as Project Fox
Mar 6 2024 3 minutes to read
Project Fox features a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure

The shipyard is about to enter the final stages of commissioning and outfitting, after which the yacht will go on sea trials

Project Fox is not built for a particular client, but on spec, and Burgess brokers will assist Pendennis in finding her an owner. This is one of the reasons for the versatility of the yacht, implemented in the variety of layouts and soft design capable of appealing to everyone. The price for Project Fox is already known, it’s €17 000 000.

Project Fox features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure
Project Fox features a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure

The style of the vessel both inside and outside was developed by Q London studio. The initial exterior design and naval architecture were crafted by Tansu Yachts and Diana Yacht Design. She features a  high bow, a reversed sloped windshield, a generous aft area of 100 sq.m, where one can store a couple of 7.5-metre tenders, a jet ski and a submarine is necessary. It is a true explorer with a robust steel hull ready to deliver her owner to the most remote parts of the world.

The upper saloon or skylounge on the Project Fox explorer yacht
Upper saloon or skylounge on Project Fox explorer yacht

The interior was made neutral on purpose, offering a sure option of light and dark surfaces contrast, so that the future owner will have an opportunity to fill it with artwork and furnishings of their choice. 

Up to 10 guests can be accommodated in four cabins below deck and a master suite on the main deck forward, while the master is full-beam, taking the advantage of the 7.7-metre width. 

The main saloon on the Project Fox explorer yacht
Main saloon on Project Fox explorer yacht

The main saloon featuring light walls and ceiling and dark oak flooring is the meeting point for all the guests. Besides, one level up there is also a skylounge, which can function as a cinema, an office or an extra saloon. If you open the glass doors, this space can be united with an outdoor dining area. There is also a dedicated wine fridge and a DJ station ready for parties. 

The master cabin on the Project Fox explorer
Master cabin on Project Fox explorer yacht

The shipyard believes that Project Fox will appeal to customers both as a charter yacht, as an explorer, as a support vessel and as a boat for a young family ready to go on their first yachting adventure. The delivery is scheduled for May 2024.

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