The UK-based design studio Peter Bolke Design from Southhampton, together with the worldwide brokerage house Ocean Independence have presented their new vessel. The 46-meter anti-radar vessel is known as Project Stealth ARV. Here’s everything you need to know about this anti-radar yacht.
Project Stealth ARV was designed by Peter Bolke who spent most of his life designing the famous and well-known Dubois Naval Architects. Bolke created both the naval architecture and the exterior design of this superyacht project. His design house, Peter Bolke Design, presented Project Stealth ARV together with the worldwide brokerage house Ocean Independence. This project was lead by Bolke.
About Project Stealth ARV
This 46-meter anti-radar vessel is going to be built from an aluminium. It will have an aggressive military-like exterior. Moreover, serious buyer customization if required is possible as the design allows it. The yacht offers an elegant and practical solution to performance and space.Likewise, thanks to the design, the yacht has class-beating interior volume and it is maximized for efficient long-distance running.
It will have five cabins and a full beam master suite. Hence, it offers accommodation for 10 guests. The Project Stealth ARV will also have crew quarters with a laundry and mess room which can accommodate a staff of eight in four twin cabins.
The beam of the yacht will be 8.9 meters and it will be powered by 1200hp TBA engines for a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,800 nautical miles at 13 knots.
Project Stealth ARV, which is an innovative and bold design, is expected to launch in 2020.