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136-foot Private Yacht
Savannah, Georgia

Marine architecture calls for
the highest levels of woodwork;
a yacht's interior surfaces
are close at hand. Ceilings,
for example, are typically set
at less than eight feet. The
ship's numerous ducts, pipes
and conduits need to be
concealed while access must be
provided to all mechanical
spaces. The interior must be
isolated from the hull to
accommodate flexing. Ultimately,
the curving shape of a ship
influences virtually every
aspect of design.


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