Turkish designer unveils Cauta sailing superyacht concept

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Turkish designer Timur Bozca has revealed a concept for the high-tech sailing yacht Cauta.

The 55m Cauta sports the DynaRig sail rigging system as seen live on the Maltese Falcon and each of her two rotating masts has 10 sails which can be set by a single person.

The design of Cauta's unique hull form was inspired by the aerodynamic form of an albatross in flight.

The boat has practically no sharp angles. Her clean design and streamlined hull lines are an ode to minimalism and efficiency. The boat is entirely made of carbon fiber and painted in silver.

At midships there is a large open flybridge between Cauta's two masts. In place of the traditional guard rails and coamings, the safety of the guests on the flybridge is ensured by the aft hull. The aft cockpit can be converted to a children's pool.

The boat can accommodate up to 10 passengers and eight crew members.

All guest cabins are equipped with massive monolithic polycarbonate panels in the walls and floors to allow passengers to enjoy the ocean views, both upwelling and underwater.

The master stateroom is situated aft and spans the entire width of the boat. The owner has a large private lounge, bathroom with rain shower and walk-in closet.

The interior spaces are modern in style. The interiors make generous use of OLED lighting.

The cruiser is equipped with a diesel-electric propulsion system consisting of three Caterpillar C12.9 and a Siemens electric motor, complemented by an innovative shaft and reversible propeller.

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