The “Wayfinder”, a spectacular Shadow vessel 67 x 14 metre catamaran with an aluminium hull, was built at the Astilleros Armón shipyard in Burela (Lugo, in the Galicia region). The identity of its mother ship has not been revealed, but the owner is known to one of the world’s wealthiest individuals.
The boat will take charge of transporting not only additional fuel and provisions for the mother ship, but also all the equipment needed by the fortunate passengers on the yacht for a complete range of land, sea and air experiences (a helicopter, smaller boats, quads, jet-skis, scuba diving equipment and even a court for playing pickleball (a form of paddleball).
Oliver Design took charge of interior design and outfitting of more than 1,000 square meters of interiors on the “Wayfinder”. The work, which took over a year, was completed in March of this year. The vessel has a total capacity of 44 (18 own crew and 14 from the mother ship, plus 12 spaces for guests), and the work by the Spanish firm includes a wide range of spaces: bridge, engine control room, cabins, workshops, stores, infirmary, offices, laundry, galley, food stores, messes, diving room with decompression chamber, disembarkation area, gym, lounges, etc. Interior outfitting was completed in March 2021, and the ship left Vigo in late April bound for Fort Lauderdale in Florida (USA).