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TWO10: 210m concept revealed by Meyer Yachts at Monaco Yacht Show

29 September 2022 • Written by Holly Overton

Meyer Yachts, the superyacht division of the Meyer Werft shipyard, has revealed a new 210 metre superyacht concept named TWO10 at the Monaco Yacht Show.

A slender profile designed by the in-house team at Meyer Yachts disguises the yacht's sheer size and serves as inspiration to prospective owners looking for their next build.

Highlights include a helipad on the bow that doubles as a tennis court, with a fine-meshed net that can be set up when in play, and a capacious beach club that extends over two decks with a suspended infinity pool. A bar can be found below a gallery-style glass balcony with sofas and coffee tables. 

Elsewhere, at the stern of the TWO10, guests can look through the largest pane of glass ever installed on a yacht.

Speaking at the show, Lars Kruse, head of sales at Meyer Yachts, said: "The TWO10 illustrates the capacities of the Meyer Group in every respect and we are currently very satisfied with the response to our yachting activities."

The TWO10 concept is the second design to come from the shipyard after it revealed the 150 metre ONE50 concept at the Monaco Yacht Show last year.

The superyacht division of the German shipyard, which traditionally builds some of the largest cruise ships in the world, was launched a year ago. With its roots in the cruising sector, Meyer Group has the facilities to build yachts up to 500 metres in length and will position itself at the top end of the market with the aim to build the "world's largest and greenest mega yachts."

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