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Recently featured in Boat International, we can now proudly announce some of the details behind a project we have been discreetly working on since November 2010. Codenamed PF36, this retro styled motor yacht has been designed to take it's owner around the world in comfort and style, without damaging the owner's environmental credentials.

 We have worked hard to deliver a design solution that meets both the owners classic tastes, and the classic proportions and detailing that makes a Mylne special, such as the use of pre-war materials (bronze in prefernce to stainless steel for example - note the anchor!), and that classic Mylne shear line. The hull uses a prewar technique to make the most of limited horsepower - a consideration when diesel engines were not so powerful and relatively cheap as they are now. The hull is therefore relatively narrow, cutting in just above the waterline, and we spent considerable time tuning the hull to give the best possible performance at 10 knots, with a target fuel consumption on propoulsion of 30 litres/hr at this speed. Tank testing at Glasgow University has confirmed our predictions, though we are going to attempt further improvements with re-design of the traditional Grenaa 3 bladed controllable pitch propeller, and careful CFD analysis of the stern area.


  Propulsion will be with a Grenaa 6 cyclinder engine delivering a maximum of 600BHP at 500 RPM. This large and robust unit (weighing in at over 8 tonnes) meets Tier II emmisions requirements, and provides the yacht with a beating heart unlike any other yacht being built today. In fact it was a requirement of the design that the gentle beat of the engine was just audible throughout the yacht.
  The yacht will have 4 tenders, two specially designed aluminium 5.5m yacht tenders, electrically powered, and bearing an unmistakable classic planing shape. On the main deck there will be an International 14 sailing dingy on the aft deck, and a general use diesel powered fast crew boat.
Rigging will be painted aluminium masts with bead blasted stainless steel rigging and fittings to give a more authentic "galvanised" look. The kite sail will be launched from the formast with the forestay removed (the rigging is being specially designed to allow for this downwind function). A sliding crows nest will make ascending the mast for inspection and look out purposes a simple matter.
  Interior design is by renowned Scottish designer Malcolm Duffin (www.malcolmduffin.co.uk). Malcolms brief was to create a clean classic interior reminiscent of classic Mylne sailing and motor yachts. After months of research, design and discussion, Malcolm and his team have created a stunning interior which relies on simplicity and almost Calvanistic austerity in its form and function, leaving the owner (a collector of marine antiquities) to embellish the yacht in his own personal manner once he takes full ownership.
The owners tastes for antiques is reflected in the style of the yacht, but also in the many re-claimed and re-cycled fittings being used on board. The windows, bridge equipment, winches and fittings are almost all recovered pieces, and their use not only creates an authentic pre-war feel, but gives the project further "green" credentials.
We at Mylne have spent the last four years re-building one of the greatest brands in yachting history, and we look forward to seeing PF36 launched as the first completely new design for nearly 30 years.

David Gray
Chief Naval Architect & Owner
A.Mylne & Co

Technical specifications

Type: Single Screw Gentleman’s Motor Yacht
Length: 36m 118ft
Beam: 7.2m 23ft 8in
Draft: 2.0m 6ft 6in
Gross Tonnage: 230 Tonnes
Construction: Steel Hull – Ice Class, Aluminium and Teak Deck House
Class: Lloyds +100A1 SSC YACHT MONO G6 ICE CLASS 1D
Engine: Grenaa Diesel 600bhp
Range: 5000+ Nautical Miles