The exterior design intrigues with the elegant flow of dynamic alignments. The surfaces of the hull and the platforms are artfully set off using lighting effects to create a defined appearance.
The designers made a point of preserving the established stylistic elements and to refrain from predominantly using futuristic designs which tend to have shorter life-spans of appeal. This consideration combined with the use of cutting-edge technology and yacht equipment available today, ensures - apart from the other obvious advantages - that the ship will maintain a stable value in the future.
The basic consideration in the planning phase was the fact that the exterior decks are the most-used parts on yachts. Henceforth, we created a balcony/loggia on the main deck in the front for additional outdoor space. Furthermore, extendable platforms can be used to offer generous views on the maritime surroundings and to spectacularly increase the existing spaces in the lounge and in the owner's suits on the top deck. This effect is underlined through glass bulwark.
Another highlight is the rear upper deck, which can optionally be used exclusively by the owner.
Likewise, the sun deck is unusually large with its pool, bar and lounge areas with plenty of deck chairs.
Another highlight of the 'al fresco' areas is the smart shading system for the rear main and upper decks, which is unique due to its phenomenal size. Fully automated sliding aluminium blinds can perfectly regulate the incoming sunlight and create all kinds of shade constellations.
Exterior steering positions in bulges of the bulwark on the sides of the control tower improve the captain's overview and contribute to a safer operation of the vessel.
The helicopter port on the front deck is unusual for a yacht this size and emphasises the commitment to the state-of-the-art standards.
An indispensable necessity of modern yacht design is the beach area, which brings the owner and his guests closer to the sea. Outdoor viewing platforms that fold out to the rear and to both sides of the yacht, convert into terraces and entrance areas, which create a unique maritime experience.
All water-toys and tenders stored behind the engine room and can be launched conveniently upon the push of a button with extendible crane rails from hatches in the hull.
Thanks to the use of the 'wide-body' concept on the main and upper decks, spacious rooms can be created in the interior of the ship, including two luxurious owner suites. The owner suite on the upper deck has its own outdoor space including a spacious lounge area and a Jacuzzi. The interior of the suite features a magnificent spa and wellness area including a steam sauna. The yacht is equipped with four guest cabins, two of which have a luxurious VIP standard.
The crew area is designed to the latest standards and offers space for a maximum of 12 crew members. In addition to the crew pantry it includes an operations gallery and a central food storage. A fully functional laundry rounds off the arrangement. The comfortable captain suite is conveniently located close to the wheel-house.