Perfect Harmony

The 31 metres long and 6.8 metres wide “Perfect Harmony” is a striking combination of traditional yacht building and contemporary design. The result is a completely unique and progressive space concept. With fittings of the highest quality, this Yacht sets new standards in every concept.

“Perfect Harmony” is fully equipped without compromises. Every imaginable extra by way of equipment and fittings, luxury and comfort is on board. German craftsmen, engineers and yacht building experts built her using the finest material, equipment and tools.

Although Perfect Harmony looks like a product of evolution in the sea chain, one can only conclude the futuristic outline bestowed on her is a result of computer-aided generation. Perfect Harmony is the ideal name for Kaiserwerft’s latest launch, as her assertively sweeping lines accurately depict the natural flow of water around the hull, further mimicking this creature’s habitat.

A distinctively reverse feature are the exterior stainless steel rails that follow the outline of the bow, which are quite short in stature, while larger more prominent rails flank the gangway steps. When the going gets rough, these rails add security to deck members, but not as much security as the glass utilized in the windows of this yacht… it is bulletproof! Manufactured by Technoglass of Switzerland, it is tested to withstand a .38 caliber bullet from 10 meters. The glass also incorporates UV filters that reduce sunlight by up to 40% as well.

As if armor stopping glass were not enough, the lamination schedule used by Kaiserwerft is as tough as a shark’s skin, with a hardcore bottom lay-up that is 30% thicker than the minimum set forth by major yacht classification societies. And if you did run aground, you might not notice it, because Kaiserwerft uses 4 tons of insulation from Rock Wool that dampens vibration and reduces noise levels well below the 30-meter yacht industry standards. Finishing off the dermal layer is an Awlgrip paint and permanent epoxy system.

A trio of oval, vertical portholes on each hull side compliment sets of horizontal eyelets that are generous in size, making short order of securing lines. Behind the raking bow is a proprietary anchor system developed by KaiserWerft. It’s high output Lofrans winch and a chain-wash mechanism are coupled to 316-T stainless steel, polished & balanced anchors. Not seen in this picture is the cradle used for jet-ski storage, manufactured by Schurtz of Austria, which automatically loads and launches tenders from the stern garage via a wireless remote control system. A four-meter NovaMarine RIB, powered by a 50 hp outboard, as well as a Sea Doo are parked in the garage.

The full beam salon is bordered by the Baron’s signature, teardrop windows that are again, bullet proof. Although it looks like one window from the exterior, there are actually 7 panes on each side of the cabin, separated by vertical support pillars. Whereas the exterior design of Perfect Harmony is futuristic, the interior appointments are purely contemporary. The salon is literally enormous, covering 60 square meters! The interior is based on a core of lightweight, marine-grade plywood with waterproof sealed surfaces and genuine wood veneer. Matching wood grain cabinetry and furnishings offset beige leather sofas and chairs, giving a relaxed, but professional atmosphere. Adding considerable dimension and appeal to the décor are generous helpings of glass and mirrors, varying from see-thru, to smoked and blued.

Also located in the forward salon are steps that lead to the “tween” deck, a level located between the flybridge and the main deck. Here, a formal “dinette salon” offers an elevated, 180-degree forward view over the bow, including port and starboard quarters. It consists of an oval-shaped dining table, half-surrounded by permanent bench seating with movable, swivel chairs completing the circle of up to eight people. This adds a degree of flexibility to adjust accordingly to the needs of guests onboard. In contrast to the neutral tones generally used throughout the rest of the yacht, the dinette room is off-white in color.

“Made in Germany” is the KaiserWerft seal of quality. Every BARON Yacht is individual. Spacious living areas are accentuated by soft harmonious interior design, which is aesthetically pleasing, functional and elegant. The result is thus the “Perfect Harmony”.