Now that’s a Ghost We’d Like to See

Renderings released for Ghost G180F superyacht, drawn in collaboration with Feadship.

May 21, 2013

Ghost G180F rendering

Rendering of the Ghost G180F superyacht design. Courtesy Ghost Yachts

The Ghost G180F is a high-performance superyacht developed by Ghost Yachts in conjunction with Feadship. De Voogt Naval Architects conceived a semi-displacement hull that keeps the trideck under 500 gross tons while allowing a top speed of 29 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

“We transformed Ghost Yachts’ objectives into a low weight, efficient hull with optional propulsion layout,” Francis Gumbs of De Voogt stated in a press release. “This results in performance normally only achieved on superyachts with significantly larger engine installations.”

Stefano Carugno at Gloss design drew the G180F’s dynamic, angled lines while Alberto Vismara of Undicimetriquadri penned the minimalist interior décor.
The specs call for the interior to include everything from semiprecious gems to liquid metal paneling — a feature that seems highly appropriate aboard a yacht called a Ghost.


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Click here to see renderings of the Ghoset G180F.


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