"Cauta Super Sailing Yacht"
Designer(s): Timur Bozca, Turkey
Category: Transportation, Professional
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Few brands in the superyacht industry produce such recognisable and innovative vessels. The design philosophy of Cauta was aiming to create a unique form which can give new perspective to the yacht world. Cauta, a 55m, high performance world cruiser, is a very challenging, dynamic, futuristic and unique yacht designed by Timur Bozca.
A masterpiece of design, Cauta is a lightweight high performance yacht with carbon fibre hull and superstructure. The glittery “Elite Supernova Silver” color of the Cauta and the innovative lines of its unique look reflect the technology incorporated into the superyacht. Touted as a new class of yacht, this incredible super cruiser can cross the Atlantic in a very short time with guest enjoying some of the most luxurious quarters. Boasting a revolutionary Dynarig sailing system, Cauta has two self-standing and rotating masts which host ten sails, all of which can be controlled by a single sailor.
About the Designer/Company
Timur Bozca is a designer who graduated from Coventry University (United Kingdom) with a degree in MDes Automotive & Transport Design (Masters level - 4 year course). During his final year at Coventry University, he went to Majenta Academy (UK) for 3 months to increase his digital modeling skills with A-class surface. Subsequently he continued his education at the Politecnico di Milano (Italy) where he completed a Masters in Yacht Design.
Creative, positive minded and very quick to assimilate new skills and ideas, he is very confident in using design and digital modeling programs (e.g. Autodesk Alias, Rhinoceros). He can achieve high quality results in a short timeframe. Has a keen eye for detail and always aims for perfection. These skills have been developed through academic study and varied design commissions. He has completed a number of design projects both as part of his academic studies and during works, together with specific commissions that have required work both as part of a team and on individual initiative. All these various projects and experiences have allowed a greater width and depth of insight into the essence of the design process.