On 16 July, 91m project Orchid completed her sea trials in the Baltic sea under perfect weather conditions.

As she enters her final outfitting stages, crewmembers will be working closely with the vessel and the management and coordination teams at Y.CO. Her delivery is scheduled for late summer 2015, at which point, she will be christened Lady Lara.

Reymond Langton has designed both the interior and exterior of the project. Much like the exterior, the interior styling is bold and contemporary with bright open spaces. With a gross tonnage of 2,999GT, project Orchid sits in the middle of motoryachts with a LOA of 90-95m, in terms of internal volume, as shown in the chart below.

Project Orchid will be privately used and will head to Norway for her maiden voyage and for a crew training trip. From there she will make her way across the Atlantic to Florida, the Bahamas and the Eastern Caribbean Islands for the winter season.

GT comparison of 90m-95m motoryachts

LOA: 91m
Beam: 14.4m
Hull configuration: Displacement
Gross tonnage: 2,999gt
Interior designer: Reymond Langton Design
Exterior designer: Reymond Langton Design
Project Coordination: Y.CO

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