graphic design and illustration for multiple racing yacht
Throughout the years that I worked for the company, I have the rare opportunities to develop over seven different racing yacht design. It is incredible to design some of these great 52 feet yacht and see them racing with some of the top team in the world, around the world.
Below are the collective example of the yacht graphic design that I have been created throughout last few years under art direction of Simon Dickey. You will also see some of the example photo that I pulled from internet (We are doing our best to credit the photographer that took the photo, feel free to contact us if we didn't credit this properly) to show you how the yacht work in action.
Sailing team Synergy is the long-term project created with the help of private means of a group of Russian businessmen in 2004. Love for the sea and passion for sailing have become motivation and driving force for taking part in a project. The main goal has been to create professional Russian-speaking sailing crew, that is able to compete against the most experienced teams of the world on equal grounds. The investors of the project are Pavel Gorelov, Vladimir Senko, Vladimir Smyshlyaev, Mikhail Tuzov, Roman Trotsenko and well-known Russian politician, businessman and public figure – Valentin Zavadnikov who is the crew captain.
Owner of Ran Racing, who is co-founder of Skype, Niklas Zennström, started Team Ran from 2008.
Zennstrom’s passion for sailboat racing remains undimmed. As well as success on all of the blue water classic courses such as the Sydney-Hobart, the Fastnet and also the Maxi worlds, Zennstrom has previously kept his team sharp domestic racing in England. He is one of the co-founders of the 52 Super Series and competes with his 2011 build Vrolijk design.
Artemis Racing is a professional sailing team challenging for the 34th America’s Cup. Artemis Racing is competing in the America’s Cup World Series, the Extreme Sailing Series and on the RC44 Championship Tour. Artemis Racing represents the Royal Swedish Yacht Club (KSSS).
Artemis Racing won the 2007 Audi MedCup circuit and the TP52 World Championship, and were well known for their success in the RC44 Class.
Artemis began competing in International America's Cup Class yachts with the 2009 launch of the Louis Vuitton Trophy.
The Russian team, Team Katusha joined the RC44 Championship Tour in 2009.
Led by owner Guennadi Timchenko, finished seventh overall in 2010. And, after winning the first event of the 2011 Tour and holding a steady score line to finish sixth overall, the team is confident going in to 2012.
Vincitore was built by Davie Norris Boatbuilders in Auckland, New Zealand of a Reichal/Pugh design. Booth and Blakeway began working with the yacht during a four-month building period 1½ years ago as the owner's representative in the boatyard.
They have traveled with Vincitore since. That has included transportation and delivery of the racing yacht to North America from New Zealand. They have handled the logistics and setup of the boat from Miami, the Caribbean to San Francisco and Lake Michigan.
The sister yacht to Vincitore, Vela Veloce has been extensively and successfully campaigned throughout North
In 2009, Vela Veloce take part in Auckand to Tauranga Yacht Race – 1st line honours, 1st PHRF
In 2010, Vela Velowce is 1st IRC Class 2 – NYYC Race Week, Rolex US-IRC National Champion, and proud winner of Gulf Stream Series.
Built and launched in New Zealand earlier this year, Alfresco resides in Perth and is the third Bakewell-White designed yacht owned by Frank Saraceni. Built in carbon by Davie Norris Boatbuilders in Christchurch, and rigged by NZ Rigging this is a very New Zealand project put together by Rodney Keenan of Evolution Sails and then exported to Western Australia.