Holland designs new RayburnApr 3, 2013 by Guest Writer
Yacht designer Ron Holland has designed a 110-foot yacht using an existing Rayburn Yachts hull.
The hull, originally developed by the late Ed Hagemann, was designed to be an efficient and seaworthy hull suited for a range of uses, Paul Rayburn said.
“Based on the accolades from captains and owners of the existing sister ship hulls I felt that this new design was a natural fit,” he said.
There are two design concepts available. The first, an adventure platform with a large exterior aft deck capable of carrying a personal submersible. The second, more of a standard cruising yacht with rugged style. Both designs can be tailored to incorporate a sport fishing cockpit and a flying bridge.
The concept was developed at the suggestion of Freedom Marine’s Don Young and David Campbell during a meeting between Rayburn and Holland at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in October. Asking price for the hull is $600,000. For more information, visit www.boatingfreedom.com
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