The Australian-based company Bury Design has unveiled a 28.95m Submarine support ocean passagemaker called 'Triton 95'.
This motor yacht project tends to be a robust, efficient vessel to carry a crew and a Triton 3300/2 submarine around the world. Building from a large amount of experience in sailing boat design, the design quickly evolved into a long, lean streamlined vessel, heavily orientated towards efficiency and sea-keeping ability.
With a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, The Triton 95 will be powered by twin John Deere 6068AFM75 allowing her a top speed of 14.5 knots and a 5,025 nautical miles range at 12.5 knots.
As for the layout, her interior accommodates four guests in two en suite cabins including a spacious owner’s suite.
Aft of the accommodation area is a large on-deck workshop containing access stairs each side to both the side deck and down to the engine room.
The submarine is stowed in a separate compartment aft of the machinery area, accessible through large deck hatches as well as through personnel hatches fore and aft. The submarine is launched using twin, rotating arms - hydraulically actuated. These arms support a custom made cradle into which the submarine sits.
Photos: Courtesy of Bury Design