The cool-styled 58.5m motor yacht PHI by Royal Huisman left the shed.

Project PHI (the golden ratio) has an exterior design by Cor D. Rover and an interior design by Lawson Robb. The naval architecture comes from Van Oossanen and features the patented Fast Displacement XL platform and will reach speeds up to 22 knots.

The full-aluminum yacht will be equipped with gyro stabilizers and has a GT of under 500. Up to twelve guests can enjoy the yacht; a crew of eleven will serve guests and yacht.

Launch photos by Tom van Oossanen

Charlotte Robb comments:

“This is an extraordinary project, an extraordinary client and team with an extraordinary vision. We are extremely excited to work with such an inspirational team in creating a truly unique home away from home and setting a new bar for yacht design.”

Technical Director Jaap Gelling of Royal Huisman comments:

“The Phi-team approached Royal Huisman because the client was looking for a yard renowned for its great dedication and ability to realize this yacht with its inherent challenges, staying within the definition of Phi. With its long-standing experience building custom sailing superyachts renowned for their technical innovation and reliability, as well as overall quality, Royal Huisman have developed highly sophisticated design engineering and space planning capabilities and is therefore able to meet any space management challenges  – after all this ability lies at the very heart of building large sailing-superyachts.

Needless to say that Phi is an exciting project for our shipyard. Royal Huisman’s mantra has always been: ’If you can dream it, we can build it’ and we are looking forward to demonstrating just how well we will do exactly that.”

Delivery to the experienced owner is in 2021.

Project PHI gets an 36m Support Vessel by Alia Yachts

Also, the 36m support vessel to transport more tenders and toys has been designed by Cor D. Rover and features naval architecture by Van Oossanen. The shadow vessel is currently under construction at Alia Yachts in Turkey. The yard announced on April 20th, 2020, the turning of the full-aluminum hull. The ship will be ready in 2021.

The shadow vessel has an cargo deck with a size of 157 sqm, a 45 sqm garage and 33 sqm workshop.

Equipped with two 2 x CAT C-32, the boat reaches a top speed of 21 knots. The cruising speed is 12 knots and features an operating range of 4,200 nm.

“We developed the naval architecture and engineering together with the captain, who provided a lot of input,says naval architect Perry van Oossanen. “Like the mothership, the vessel has a fast Displacement XL hull form, which combines the speed and efficiency advantages of the FDHF concept with the maximum length with in a given gross tonnage category for optimal seakeeping and comfort.”

Hull turning to start construction of superstructure and outfitting

Update January 23, 2020 - Hull and Superstructure married, more lines are visible