An all new sport fishing yacht blueprint is mixing life on the water along with life on open road. Hyperlien Yacht, a Taiwan-based company, has unveiled try out of a fishing yacht boasting what they’ve named saddlebags, aluminum alloy instrumentalities that stay at the aft of the yacht, on either part, coming to hang over the gunwale.
These saddlebags on the Modern Vintage, a 28ft yacht, are fishing kit, letting anglers to keep their fishing tackle as well as refrigerate fresh catch and bait.
Janus Huang, the Hyperlien chief designer, came up with the idea after a motorcycling tour in the mountains, said a statement released from the company. After coming home, Huang sketched out his design immediately. The following day, he called a meeting, and a prototype was settled very soon.
Huang told Plain Sailing Yacht Charters that no one has designed something like this in the yachting world. They are the first to do this. He told their design team, though this is inspired by saddlebags, the appearance as well as the texture should be similar to suitcases.
The company stated that the external fishing kit is integrated into the yacht’s total “vintage” appearance. The content of the fishing kit is two-hundred litres in total. Each saddlebag auxiliary could serve several uses. Apparently, both are refrigerated with areas for keping fishing tackle, as well as keeping fish and bait fresh all the time. The setup also has a bait tray, cup holder and fishing rod storage.