From the boards of beiderbeck designs, this 90 metre concept is a vision of what life at sea is all about: fun and freedom.
Its oval form takes inspiration from a seashell with a skylounge roof that can be opened or closed depending on the weather. Meanwhile, angular shapes cut into the superstructure and racy, wing-like details give the illusion of speed, which is no surprise considering this 90 metre design is set to reach 21-knots under full throttle.
The German studio wanted to create a “feelgood atmosphere” onboard and achieved this by packing the concept with playful amenities. There are four pools in total including a thermal pool with a slide down the transom where guests splash land in a second dipping pool on the swim platform below. The area at the stern forms a split-level beach club with sofas shaded by parasols on the top level and a swim platform launching pad for toys lower down.
Designed as the most exclusive of party venues, the yacht hides five bars among its six decks to ensure drinks are kept flowing into the early hours at every level. They are accompanied by two dance floors for serious soirees (the second converts from a pool with a floor that raises and lowers as needed). A helicopter landing pad on the bow allows guests to come and go in style and even doubles as a sports court when not in use, while tenders are hidden beneath the deck.
When the party is over, owners can retreat to the fifth deck where a sprawling 150 square metre penthouse suite awaits, offering total privacy and seclusion from the rest of the yacht. The space is home to a gym and private wraparound terrace with its own dipping pool.
The remaining guest accommodation is split across the lower decks among six cabins, bringing the total number of guests onboard to 14, with every whim catered to by 13 crewmembers. In most areas, the ceilings reach 2.8 metres in height - pair that with the concept's 14.2 metre beam and the feeling of space continues even when guests step inside.
Of course, as with any great superyacht, there’s plenty of space dedicated to rest and relaxation too. Guests are treated to two spas on board to soothe any sore muscles as well as a cinema for low-key evenings with a movie or two.
“Whether it’s for business meetings or familiar guests, this concept is for someone who enjoys the space and uniqueness,” said beiderbeck design duo Tim Ulrich and Immo Lüdeling.