Cars, Planes & Yachts February, 4th 2011 by E.

Art of Kinetic: Hedonist

This outstanding luxury yacht by Art of Kinetik beautifully captures the essence of modern living. Freedom and luxurious comfort all in one, but with a bonus: All that luxury is accompanied by a smooth ride at its top speed of over 40 knots! Presenting both a stunningly unusual exterior and equally impressive interior, the design offers both the elegance and sophistication that would normally only be found on in a high end loft. The luxury yacht can sleep 2-3 people yet hold a maximum of 12 people onboard so it’s ideal for a sophisticated soiree at sea. Impeccable workmanship and the finest materials make the Hendonist an opulent extravagance for any potential owner.

The Company:

Art of Kinetic produces bespoke luxury wooden yachts. Our in-house team of designers, naval architects, engineers and craftsmen share the same ambition and vision, and we work as one in the relentless pursuit of excellence. We refuse to compromise on time and we refuse to compromise on craftsmanship. We build our craft to be enjoyed not simply by this generation, but the next to come.

The Acheulian hand axe

Discovered in the Olduvai Gorge in Kenya, this axe is over a million and a half years old. In a world where tools might have been the most important things made, their qualities were sometimes brought to a perfection far beyond the needs of practicality. Craft, symmetry and elegance speak of pride in creation, pleasure in contemplation, prestige in possession. We shape our craft in the very same way.

The Yacht:

Hedonist embodies the very soul of Art of Kinetik. Combining levels of refinement and comfort with daring looks and matchless performance, this 63 foot yacht epitomizes the genre. It’s solid mahogany hull and Rolls Royce water jets combine to deliver an unusually smooth ride even at the top speed of 40 knots. Naturally, aesthetics is in every detail: no screws are visible at any point and nor is any plastic. We believe Hedonist to be the purest form of art and technology imaginable.

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