Project Morpheus Yacht

Project Morpheus

Project Morpheus

Project Morpheus, a gentleman contemporary classic yacht designed by Tim Heywood a classical yacht with military lines of 115 m. length overall, 18 m. breadth, 6200 tons full displacement and 2100 m2 of Luxury spaces, with accommodations for 28 Owner and Guests, 47 Crew and Staff personnel and a maximum speed of about 20 Kn.

The yacht is designed as a seagoing vessel for unrestricted navigation.

The hull construction is to be of steel and light alloy will be used for part of the
superstructure.
Construction is based on a conventional displacement hull, with a soft-nosed stem,
bulbous bow and soft-cornered transom.
The propulsion system is to consist of two diesel engines, each coupled to a
controllable pitch propeller (CPP) via reduction gear.
The vessel will be equipped with a twin high-lift rudder system, two bow thrusters and
two pairs of fin stabilizers designed to provide active roll reduction both while
underway and ‘at anchor’.
The electricity to power the ship is to be provided by four diesel generators. There will
also be an emergency generator.