A More Dynamic Form of Design: Red Pearl by MCP Yachts

A More Dynamic Form of Design: Red Pearl by MCP Yachts

In case you felt Freshome posts could use a little “adventure”, here is an example of design in its more dynamic shape. MCP Yachts have shared with us one of their projects called Red Pearl. Here is the information they sent: “Red Pearl is the result of a highly customized project for a demanding Russian client.  Exquisite painting, a fine piano on the game room, LED lightning and NAIAD zero speed system are some examples of the specific features in this project. The most modern construction technology bond together with a superb interior design and decoration to support maximum comfort, sophistication and safety to travel all oceans.” Freshome readers, is there a yacht designer in the house? If so, perhaps he or she could give us a professional opinion on this particular model. To us, she’s a beauty.


  • William Wilgus November 18, 2010 at 03:56 AMLogin to Reply →

    Safety issues? The bow cockpit won’t drain very fast if she takes ‘green water’ over the bow, and that would increase any tendency to ‘submarine’. The large glass areas on her sides are vulnerable to breakage by waves. The low, reverse transom makes her stern cockpit vulnerable to ‘pooping’ (being filled by a following wave). In my humble opinion, definitely not a trans-ocean vessel; I’d want to keep a safe harbor near at all times.

  • Jedineka November 18, 2010 at 06:38 AMLogin to Reply →

    i could use one of this ! :)

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  • Supamario November 23, 2010 at 16:48 PMLogin to Reply →

    Imagine throwing a party on this thing!! dam that would be Crazy!!

  • Guatemala March 17, 2011 at 02:04 AMLogin to Reply →

    I’m really happy that you’ve created your own blog and have in fact posted your thoughts. I like your work and feel I can refer to what you’ve done. A lot of folks can’t even imagine having such talent. I hope that you know how lucky you are. :) Good luck to you in ALL your undertakings. :)

  • Maldive March 17, 2011 at 03:02 AMLogin to Reply →

    Well said. I never thought I would accept this opinion, but I’m starting to see things from a different point of view. I have to research more on this as it looks very interesting. One thing I don’t understand though is how everything is related together.