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McMullen & Wing created partnerships with design studios

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New Zealand-based builder McMullen & Wing has created design partnerships with three of the world’s leading yacht design studios to build the world’s most capable luxury yachts, according to a press release.

H2 Yacht Design of London, Vripack Naval Architecture of The Netherlands and Greg Marshall of Canada have created new designs for the builder.

Jonny Horsfield of H2 Yacht Design designed Blade, combining iconic H2 styling cues with specific luxury expedition credentials: massive tenders, swimming pool, refreshing and flexible interior spaces and vast exterior decks.

Marnix Hoekstra and Bart Bouwhuis from Vripack designed Flow, a muscular yet styled family motor yacht featuring a beach house on the aft deck, gull wing lookouts from the skylouge and perforated window graphics.

Marshall designed Diamond, another version of the award-winning 45m M/Y Big Fish and his current 50m being built at the yard.

McMullen & Wing CEO Michael Eaglen is working with the designers to create specs for the new yachts. Pricing should be available to brokers this spring.

For more details, visit www.mcmullenandwing.com.

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