Italian design duo Marco Ferrari and Alberto Franchi have released their latest superyacht concept, a 60 metre design called the F60.
This semi-displacement yacht would be built with an aluminium hull and superstructure, and would feature extensive deck spaces for entertaining and relaxing al fresco.
The layout comprises six en-suite cabins and a full-beam master suite on the main deck. Spreading across the entire 11.3 metre beam, this palatial area boasts its own private balcony.
Further aft, a large dining room and lounge area includes further balconies, while back in the cockpit a 13.5 square metre infinity pool would be fitted, surrounded by sofas on all sides.
Foredeck stowage would allow for three tenders to be stashed away, measuring up to 6.5 metres, while the forward section of the upper deck could be used as a helipad or a sundeck terrace. A spa pool and further sun loungers complete the foredeck design.
The beach club is designed to be a comfortable area with easy access to the water and includes room for a gym, lounge area, bar and jet ski garage. The yacht would be crewed by a staff of 12.
The Ferrari Franchi F60 has been designed to cruise at 18 knots with a maximum speed of 20 knots, while the total interior volume would be in the region of 1,000 gross tonnes.
Other projects in development at the Genoa-based design studio include a 50 metre sailing yacht design, which was first revealed in November 2015.