The two new Strand Craft superyacht designs, the SC122 and the SC166 were designed by Eduard Gray, a renowned Spanish supercar designer. Both 50m & 38m vessels come with an optional custom tender as seen above, stored in the stern garage.
The SC122 and the SC166 were designed to look and perform like supercars with a convertible concept – the bow and aft section convert into an open space at anchor and closed while underway to enable top speed. Strand Craft recently announced their preferred shipyard for these two designs was Ned Ship for its expertise in composites, and its ability to create a very fast and very light vessel, as the concepts were intended to be. The SC166 offers a cruising speed of 30 knots, with a maximum speed of 40 knots, while the SC122 can reach 50 knots.
The aft deck includes a jacuzzi, a built-in bar and sun beds, transforming the bow in a large beach club. The interior design of the SC166 pushed the car theme even further with red leather interiors in addition to lots of chrome and brushed metal – you can even customize the walls with Samurai leather to make the whole yacht bulletproof. This 50m version accommodates five double en-suite cabins equipped with the latest technologies. The other version offers a different interior and four double cabins.