Al Duhail, a 112-foot (34.3-meter) all-carbon motoryacht sportfisher, designed by Warwick Yacht Design and built by Yachting Developments, has arrived safely into her home port of Qatar. ProCurve Glass supplied the high-performance marine glazing to this New Zealand-based company.
The yacht was designed with a focus on fishing and diving, with highlights including a large cockpit that has been equipped with a broad fishing inventory that comprises tuna tubes, live bait tanks, game chairs, ice slurry machines, expansive freezer storage and more.
The boat-builder notes, “When building Al Duhail we took the technology of standard fibreglass and applied it to carbon. This allowed us to reduce the weight of the yacht, while also increasing the speed and range. As a result, she is faster than her predecessor, goes further, and can carry more fuel.”
Exterior spaces include the bridge deck and fly bridge, which deliver clear views and plenty of space for guests to relax. The boat is powered by twin MTU 16V2000 M96L engines and cruises at 20 knots, reaching top speeds of 31 knots, with a range of 2000nm at 10 knots.
The upper deck marine glazing was an overall thickness of 5/8 inch (16.5mm). The three-ply curved laminated construction incorporated a blackout paint on the perimeter of the glass. Dark gray flat laminated glass was also installed on the yacht.
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