Cape Hawk 690 provides the market with a superyacht that has been specifically designed to optimise the experience of those who are lucky enough to voyage with her. She is a high-volume 48m yacht with a 9m beam and GT of 688. Her robust engineering allows a 52 week season giving owners the opportunity to optimise charter revenue, and thus return on investment.
Hawk Yachts Ltd. with offices in Zurich, London, Antibes and Hamburg and specialized in the development and support of explorer yachts, enter into a close partnership with Laurent Giles Naval Architects in Lymington, UK. With Laurent Giles, one of the oldest names in the world of yacht design and over 1,300 projects on their books, Hawk Yachts is expanding its capacities to meet the strong growth seen in the Explorer Yachts market.
To strengthen innovation and research, Hawk Yachts is now working closely with Solent University in Southampton. In addition to fresh thinking, this cooperation is primarily about efficient design solutions and their verification in their own tow tanks. This is where the behavior in all sea conditions of the Hawk Yachts developments is being simulated.
It took a few weeks, but the result justifies the effort: Our representative office in Antibes in the south of France has grown and undergone a beauty cure. This brings us a step closer to our goal of creating a destination for those who are passionate about yachting. At irregular intervals, we now organize presentations, private viewings, jazz concerts and much more.
Our sister company Swiss Ocean Services, a premium provider in the field of yacht management, has entered into a joint venture with Columbia Marlow, one of the world's largest ship managers. This joint venture gives us access to a huge pool of employees, training centers in Europe and Asia, specialists from all faculties, and last but not least, a wealth of experience. The background to this is the increasingly complex regulations also for the yacht sector, the increased demands on transparency, but also the fact that yachts will continue to travel in the future.
During the Monaco Yacht Show National Geographic Magazine and Hawk Yachts host a joint presentation to launch the newly formed National Geographic Explorers Circle and discuss co-operation between the yachting industry and scientific marine research.