Ron Holland-drawn Pendennis 150 takes shape...

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Ron Holland-drawn Pendennis 150 takes shape...


The Falmouth, Cornwall, UK-based yard recently revealed a series of exciting new exterior and interior renderings on their latest new-build project.


First announced to the yachting media at the end of 2008, the project is the third collaboration between Ron Holland Design and Pendennis ‒ the first two being the 30.5m (100ft) super-maxi Cap Gemini and the 27.4m (90ft) sloop Boo Too.
The 46m (150ft) ketch went into production at the yard in late March 2009. Her aluminium hull has progressed quickly and is nearing completion, as is the engine room structure and the fixed portion of the keel.
Work on her superstructure has recently started and is scheduled to be finished towards the end of the year.
Running in parallel with the fabrication programme, the final interior design detailing process is progressing well to the point that the crew quarters are already being built in the joinery shop. The first snapshots of this yacht’s guest areas show that the owners have drawn inspiration from 'The New England Style', meaning she will sport classic white paneling and dark-oak flooring; complimented by polished nickel fixtures and fittings.
The owners have been heavily involved in all stages of the yachts interior and exterior design – working in collaboration with Pendennis, Ron Holland Design and project managers Palm Beach Yachts International. Great care is being taken with all spaces aboard with regard to ergonomics and space utilization.
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