Yuma has plenty of room for guests and crew; stretching over the span of five decks with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She is capable of a maximum speed of 14.5 knots, has a maximum beam of 12.49m and a draft of just 3.5m, displacing around 1500 tons at half load.
Accommodation can host up to 14 guests in 6 cabins, consisting of a large owner’s suite with private balconies forward of the main saloon, two full-beam VIP suites and two double staterooms which can be accessed on the lower deck.
Along with an 80sqm beach club, a foldable sea balcony and tender garage and seating area, guests can also indulge in a luxurious spa pool on the main deck with a glass bottom that lights up a stunning view of the beach club below. Designed for sunbathing and observation, guests can also enjoy panoramic views from Yuma's Sundeck.
Forwards is the main saloon, which is accessible via sliding glass doors which create an open, spacious feel to Yuma's main interior; letting in an abundance of natural light. She also has two three-metre cranes which can deploy vessels of up to 14 metres in length and other toys such as submersibles.
Discussing the purpose of the concept, Designer Josh Rodriguez said: “She is conceived as an all-round explorer yacht with self-sufficient space to traverse the world, without the aid of a shadow yacht or chase boat.", and with a goal of long-range cruising, this unique, versatile yacht has a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 11 knots with power coming from twin MTU diesel engines.
She is also armed with a 6.5 metre Castoldi tender and a RIB rescue tender for further exploration.
We look forward to witnessing more milestones within Rodriguez Design's portfolio.