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M/Y Amevisurprise

M/Y Amevisurprise (ex-Lady Lola Shadow) was one of the first of several Yacht Escort Ships (also known as a Shadow Boat) projects designed by Kirilloff & Associates for Capt. Stan Antrim now leading the way in his new venture Yacht Escort Ships, www.yachtescortships.com. Amevisurprise was completed in record time, fully Classed by ABS at Quality Shipyards in May of 2004. At that time Lady Lola Shadow was the little sister to the world renowned mega-yacht Lady Lola. The above photo shows one of the many toys on deck, a Bell 430 helicopter.

 

For more information on the Lady Lola Shadow, read the following article
New & Notable: Me and My Shadow at showboats.com.

Kirilloff & Associates is selected as the project Naval Architects for the conversion of the former French research vessel NADIR into the Alucia. The conversion was being completed for an October 2005 delivery for worldwide dive expeditions and oceanographic research and expedition yacht charters.Kirilloff & Associates as naval architects worked in close collaboration with Joseph Artese Design's exterior styling and interior design to insure that Alucia was a world class oceanographic research and expedition vessel meeting Bureau Veritas Class Rules and insuring a successful project completion for the client.

For more information on the Alucia, visit the following website at
deepoceanquest.com

M/Y Suri, a 172 foot Yacht Escort Ships project will be delivered in late October 2007. The former typical OSV underwent her conversion under the supervision and project management of Capt. Stan Antrim and his staff in the Pacific Northwest. Kirilloff & Associates provided all naval architecture, engineering, and design support for the project, which is Flagged Marshall Islands and Classed with Bureau Veritas with a complete SOLAS interior. Joseph Artese of Joseph Artese Design, provided exterior styling in conjunction with Yacht Escort Ships and Kirilloff & Associates. Suri hosts a myriad of capability and amenities including a hangar for all of her water toys and helicopter, compete gymnasium and massage/spa room, full beam owners suite, and guest cabins that will accommodate up to 8 guests. The panoramic view Sky Lounge will allow the Owner and guests to enjoy the glorious ocean view relaxing or dining. Atop the lounge is a spectacular Sun Deck complete with large jacuzzi, open air dining and cigar/observation deck, complete with entertainment center. Suri's interior design commission was the creative effort of Jeffrey Botwin of Botwin Design who worked closely with the Owner to achieve every Owners design detail necessary.

 

M/Y Revelation
In 2005 Kirilloff & Associates was commissioned to provide major refit engineering, design, and naval architecture to the Owners of M/Y Revelation, a 180 foot mega yacht once owned by Henry Ford. Revelation's superstructure was extended to include an Owners suite on the upper deck. Earlier in 1999 Kirilloff & Associates provided engineering, design and naval architecture for the repowering of Revelation at Marco Chilena in Chile. Later, in 2002, Revelation underwent a major refit in the Pacific Northwest which, once again, Kirilloff & Associates provided engineering and design support in close collaboration with Joseph Artese Design's exterior styling and interior design, insuring a successful project completion for the client. Revelation successfully chartered in the Pacific Northwest and in the Galapagos Islands.   

 

M/V Paladin Shadow
In time for the 2005 Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show, M/V Paladin Shadow was delivered under the direction of Capt. Stan Antrim now of Yacht Escort Ships. Kirilloff & Associates provided all engineering, naval architecture, and design support of the former OSV major conversion to a Shadow Boat to meet the Owners requirements and under the Classification of ABS and Marshall Islands Flag. The 170' converted Paladin Shadow had a large hangar for storage of a helo and other water toys. The two guest cabins went to full beam and were fitted with breathtaking full height windows supplied and installed by Garibaldi Glass and Sikaflex that made guests feel that they were part of the ocean. All crew areas were gutted and fully reoutfitted with new accommodations including a complete and stunning stainless steel galley. A 15 ton crane was installed on the aft deck to be able to hoist almost any reasonable water toy from the water, or helo from the flight deck to the main deck, where it would be stored for transoceanic passages while being stabilized by Flume stabilization. After a successful debut at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show in 2005, Paladin Shadow was sold to her new undisclosed Owner, and Kirilloff & Associates provided engineering, design and naval architecture support to meet Marshall Islands Flag Commercial Yacht Code and Bureau Veritas Classification.  

 

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