Thing owner to renovate rather than buying a new yacht so that he could customizes everything to follow his needs and he was fully involved throughout the project. The 25 meter Technema 82 was built by Italian builder Posillipo-Rizzard and arrived in the shipyard with a dated, dark wood interior and a sun bleached exterior.
One of the most notable additions was the custom bimini, which posed one of the project's biggest challenges. "Initially, going to erect a canvas bimini but it ended up creating a fully customised moulded hardtop complete with bimini smart and modern seating for the flybridge." In the interior the yard did not change much of the layout, purpose re-sprayed all the wooden panels and fittings with a high gloss white finish. Retro 1970's pop and accessories were added, including Gerald Laing art art, gold edged furniture and bold patterned carpets, cushions and wall panels.
The yard tried to keep the existing equipment where possible, but much of the technical equipment needed to be serviced or replaced. The yard said "No. expense has been spared on making sure the yacht has the best and most advanced systems on board."
This included the installation of two Seakeeper stabilisers to reduce roll by up to 80%, as well as the latest Raymarine electronics package, a modern stainless steel galley, air conditioning and LED lighting.
This board footage shows how effective the newly installed Seakeeper stabilisers are at reducing roll The exterior was refurbished and re-sprayed metallic silver. The teak decks were replaced, and new underwater LED lights and a backlit name badge help to bring the vessel into the 21st Century.
When the painting has been sprayed everything white, colourful trimmings, fabrics and colours come into play but they all look fantastic.