It is entirely possible to design a yacht by first defining a hull shape, then add a sail plan, followed by an interior layout and finally add some kind of installations and reinforcements.
In that order, and no going back.
With the PPH, we are making a more generous yacht both to sail, and to live on board. The goal was never to make her different for the sake of difference, but different she had to be.
This has required some more careful 3-dimensional design work than usual. We have supplied the 3D for milling the hull, deck and details. Then, in order to make sure the PPH can be built in a rational manner, the yard has made an impressive 3D-representation of the entire interior, including the structure and installations.
PPH hull #1 is built around a mostly white interior, with all woodwork – doors, trim, lockers and cupboards – made of teak. In order to try out the design details in real life, the yard chose to make a sample, a bureau:
From our side, we also prepared a few illustrations of the main cabin / galley area of the PPH. Again, the ‘Galley Aft’ layout of the PPH: