Turkish designer Abdulbaki Şenol has unveiled a new 110-metre superyacht concept. Unnamed, the motor yacht is characterised by a matte-grey colour proposal, geometric lines and a modern profile with an X-style bow.
Accommodation is spread across the upper deck and includes four VIP cabins and a master cabin, which can be positioned forward to benefit from panoramic views off the bow.
The master cabin is fitted with a private balcony complete with infinity pool and generous sunbathing space, while the VIP cabins are equipped with floor-to-ceiling French windows.
The dining hall is worth noting, as it benefits from the main deck’s lofty, 5.5-metre height. Also equipped with French windows, there is ample natural light and sea air brought into the space when opened. In front of the dining hall is a fixed balcony and staircase that leads directly to and from the upper deck accommodation.
Exterior renderings reveal additional leisure details, including a helipad, an infinity pool, a spacious sundeck with loungers and ample sofa seating and sun pads across all levels aft. Twin staircases on the swim platform will allow direct and easy access to the water.