Hot Lab 67M by VSY

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A hi­gh pro­fi­le Ita­lian Ya­cht de­si­gner - Hot Lab stu­dio and a no­ta­ble shi­pyard –VSY, ha­ve joi­ned for­ces. The re­sult of their re­spec­ti­ve work was a 67 me­tre ex­plo­rer pro­ject pre­sen­ted at the la­te­st Fort Lau­der­da­le In­ter­na­tio­nal Boat Show.“hot lab’s 67 M Ex­plo­rer by VSY com­pri­ses all of the mo­st im­por­tant fea­tu­res re­que­sted in mo­dern yachts whi­le main­tai­ning the original Ex­plo­rer ya­cht con­cept” as re­por­ted­ly said by Mi­che­le Dra­go­ni part­ner and sty­ling de­part­ment head at Hot Lab. He went on to un­der­sco­re the im­por­tan­ce of all of the pro­ject pha­se whi­ch led to a con­cept de­si­gn whi­ch re­calls, in terms of si­ze, the clas­sic ex­plo­rers of ti­mes go­ne. They stem­med from wor­king ships de­ployed for scien­ti­fic pur­po­ses and not on­ly. And to­day Ex­plo­rers pos­sess wi­de­ly ad­ded com­fort and the looks of mo­dern craft and con­tem­po­ra­ry mo­tor yachts.tal­king about her looks, the 67 M main­tains the cha­rac­te­ris- tics and per­so­na­li­ty de­ri­ved from for­mer ex­pe­di­tion mo­dels wi­th mu­ch of her su­per­struc­tu­re in­stal­led for­ward of amid­ships whi­ch re­sul­ts in pro­por­tio­nal­ly lar­ger open spa­ces aft of the su­per­struc­tu­re right up to the stern. At the sa­me ti­me she ta­kes af­ter mi­li­ta­ry ves­sels as well, thanks to a clas­sic non vertical bow and lar­ge la­te­ral wing helm con­trol sta­tions. Mi­che­le Dra­go­ni com­men­ted as fol­lo­ws: “As you go up from one deck to ano­ther whi­ch vi­si­bly dif­fers from the pre­ce­ding one as you walk along the lo­ve­ly su­per­struc­tu­re, you can’t but no­ti­ce the wan­ted sty­li­stic dif­fe­ren­ces whi­ch cha­rac­te­ri­ze Hot Lab 67 M Ex­plo­rer by VSY. The ya­cht’s ex­te­rior lay­out of­fers so­lu­tions whi­ch a ya­cht of the gi­ven si­ze mu­st ha­ve. Fir­st and fo­re­mo­st the­re’s a com­for­ta­bly lar­ge bea­ch club area in the stern thanks to the ope­ning tran­som but al­so thanks to han­gar ty­pe wa­ter­tight doors set in­to ea­ch si­de of

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