Welcome to the world of british designer Andy Waugh whose yacht concepts wrap conventional ideas in radical style.
Andy’s passion for design started at an early age and is more than evident today in the striking designs and images he produces. The broad skill range he has developed allows him to take full control of projects from concept sketches to detailed production 3D models.
In 2004, after graduating from the prestigious Transport Design course at Coventry University Andy took his first role at KKG Catamarans in Vienna. On his return to the UK in 2008 Andy joined the team at H2 Yacht Design where his first major project was the award winning MEYA MEYA.
During his time at H2 Andy gained a wealth of experience, working on several live projects ranging from 38m to 120m. His concept designs and visualisations continue to catch the eyes of high profile clients.
This 426-foot superyacht exemplifies simple sophistication. The yacht’s VIP deck offers four staterooms with individual balconies. Epiphany can also accommodate a full spa, cinema and well-equipped gym.
This 147-footer contrasts conventional yacht designs with bold, angular features. The master suite and salon are on the main deck, while guest accommodations are on the lower deck. Revolution features two pools, on the bow and sun deck. Bold lines facing forward give the notion of purpose and direction.
The Nouveau pushes the boundaries of the yacht aesthetic to an extreme degree for a client who appreciates avant-garde style. The design was inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, and artists including Alphonse Mucha and Antoni Gaudi. The intimidating bow gives a sense of scale and modern design.