Steve Gresham on enhancing the yachting experience

Steve Gresham on enhancing the yachting experience image
06 November 2013

When mooring a yacht of approximately 50m stern-to, the practicality of having balconies becomes problematic due to the natural movement of other vessels moored next to you. There is a chance the yachts can bump against each other even with the use of fenders. However, this is not the only issue, as a balcony has to be integrated into the deck and the cantilever force that is created by having a structure protruding from the side of the hull or superstructure increases the stress on the body of the vessel...

Read the full article in SuperyachtDESIGN Q17