Sentori 58R is a design from Christian Gumpold and Christopher
Gloning. The design was created during their diploma thesis
at the university of applied science in Graz, Austria. Currently
the first prototype, which is due for completion in spring 2009,
is under construction in Turkey.
The Sentori 58R is a stylish flybridge motor yacht, with three
decks, a length of 58 foot (18.5 metres) and a displacement
of 28 tons. Power comes from a pair of 715 horsepower Volvo
Penta diesel engines, giving the vessel a 30 knot top speed.
The interior layout of the Sentori 58R is organized into 3 decks:
the main deck, consisting of the open air stern-area directly
connected to the lounge area, the pantry, dinette, and main
helm station, as well as a sunbathing area at the bow section.
Part of the windshield acts as a door and allows for direct
access to the sunbathing area, where a small table for drinks
can be extended.
Located in the lower deck is the owners state room, the VIP
cabin, and the guest cabin, each with their own bathroom, shower
On the top deck is the second helm station, as well as a lounge
area, a sunbathing area and the wet-bar including a fridge,
a washing basin and a barbecue pit. Because the helm station
on the flybridge is exposed to the elements it can be protected
by automatically flattening the instruments and covering the
whole keyboard with a sliding transparent panel. The wet bar
is one of the key elements on the Sentori 58R; it does not only
serve as a regular bar, but it also acts as a skylight for the
main deck and illuminates the flybridge at night.
The sleek and modern exterior design of the Sentori 58R was
mainly inspired by automotive design, using surface tensions
and automotive, coupe- type key influences.
The interior of the Sentori 58R is contemporary and bright thanks
to use of light materials and expansive windows. The interior
mainly uses floating elements which deal with the different
levels and stairs harmonically. In general, the idea of modern
and loft-like living on the sea was the foundation of the Sentori
58R's interior design. Another key element to the interior was
the idea of versatility, the floating lounge elements with their
concealed armrests underline this idea.
A vessel of this length usually has three cabins, However the
Sentori 58R is able to adapt rooms to meet the needs of those
on board. The guest cabin is not only a bedroom but can also
be connected to the owner’s state room to extend the living
area if wanted. Alternatively it can be used as an office, providing
a desk and lounge. The double beds in the owner’s state room
and the vip cabin offer the option of transforming them into
single beds if required.
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