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StellarPM introduces StellarONE series

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StellarPM has introduced the 33m raised pilothouse StellarONE108 to its growing range of new construction offerings.

Styled as a raised pilothouse model the 108 is offered as a long-range, full displacement steel/aluminium construction, or a semi-displacement aluminium version offering max speeds of 22-23 kts with a range of approaching 2500 nm.

With a large volume interior offering a five-stateroom layout with a crew compliment of five, the StellarONE108 has a full-beam main deck master stateroom with lower deck accommodation comprising two equal-sized queen staterooms, a VIP suite with king-size bed and a twin stateroom.  

The StellarONE series will consist of three models with full displacement and semi-displacement 118 and 130 models currently being designed and in development for customers.

The first StellarONE108 Steel has been ordered by a North American customer for delivery in early-Summer 2024. It is expected a sistership for the same customer will be confirmed shortly for the same delivery timeframe.

Hull Construction is according to Lloyd’s Register +100A1 SSC, Yacht, Mono, G6 and will shortly commence at the StellarPM yard in Hai Phong, Vietnam with a modular interior under construction at the StellarPM factory in Zhuhai, PRC.

“This is an amazing superyacht project that will really wake-up the market,” Chris Holmes, Principal and Founder of StellarPM, commented. “What sub-$10m yacht of this size gives Lloyd’s certified all-metal construction, Northern European superyacht quality engineering and finish, teak decks all-round, Tier III CAT C32 engines, an on-deck master with its own foldout balcony, a beach club and tender garage and so much more? The StellarONE series’ equipment, engineering, build, and quality levels are set to be a gamechanger for the market and we will deliver to our customer a truly superb fully customised vessel.”

The StellarONE108 features an owner-customised interior from Unzile Acar Interiors with Ginton Naval Architects responsible for all naval architecture.