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49m Explorer Concept Coba revealed by Christian Leyk

British designer Christian Leyk of Coquine Design has unveiled the 49-metre, sub-500 GRT low-volume Explorer with a shallow draft and high maneuverability. The ship is designed as a second home if the client likes the idea of ​​traveling around the world and showing their family all the beauty and magic of the planet.

“What do you think of this 49m Pocket Explorer? We named it ‘Coba’ after the adventurous little octopus from the Octonauts, because our inspiration was to create a family boat so you could take the kids around the world and show them all the magic around us,” explains the studio. Instagram.

Coba includes a submarine and a nine-meter tender. The yacht also has space for jet skis or a car. It can accommodate a family of four or five, or a small group of friends.

Christian Leyk established the naughty design philosophy. In the second semester of industrial design studies in Munich, when he decides to keep the logo / logotype he is developing for a fictitious shop (specializing in lingerie) for his future design studio. Since then he has worked for a few renowned yacht design offices, such as Evan Marshall (London, UK), newcruise Yacht Projects & Design (Hamburg, Palma de Mallorca), Ken Freivokh Design (Hampshire, UK) and more recently Marc Newson (London, UK) and has applied his creativity to virtually everything from yachts to cars, graphic design, architecture, film, photography and cooking.

Credits: naughty design