The 58.5m / 192ft motoryacht PHI, under power and turning heads during trials on the North Sea (wind: Bft 5 and waves up to 1.4m / 5ft).
Developed and constructed to remain below 500GT, she is by far the longest motoryacht in this category, worldwide, based on current Classification rules.
PHI – length overall: 58.5m / 192ft – gross tonnage: below 500 GT – hull and superstructure: aluminium – general concept, exterior design & interior layout: Cor D. Rover – interior design: Lawson Robb – naval architecture: Van Oossanen Naval Architects – project management / owner’s representative: Guy Booth – builder: Royal Huisman (2021)
PHI is a magnificently sensuous motor yacht from the drawing board of Cor D. Rover, who has based the general concept, exterior design and interior layout on many in-depth conversations with the owner over a period of years. Relating inside and outside to the ”sectio divina” or the Golden Ratio, PHI is the formula that governs the continuation of dimensions and shapes in natural proportions throughout the design.
“With such a powerful vision, a demand for the absolute highest level of quality available anywhere and such difficult engineering challenges, Royal Huisman were clearly the best partner to build the boat.”
Guy Booth – Owner’s representative and project management