Turkish designer Abdulbaki Şenol has revealed a 55 metre, eco-focused, hybrid superyacht concept.Read More/Standout new superyacht concepts
Speaking about the 55 metre concept, Şenol said: “The aim when starting the design was to create an exterior with simple lines, while at the same time exhibiting a noble stance.”
Standout design features include a master cabin located on the main deck complete with private balconies to port and starboard.
Spanning three decks, the yacht sleeps 10 guests in five cabins comprising the master on the main deck with two doubles and two twins on the lower deck. According to the designer, the beam of 9.5 metres allows “enough indoor and outside space for up to 12 guests socialise on board comfortably.” Crew accommodation is for a staff of seven.
The upper deck aft offers a sun lounging area and swimming pool, while the main deck hosts an al fresco dining space alongside a sheltered kitchenette. Forward, the yacht boasts a large swimming pool and tender storage on the foredeck.
The electric-diesel propulsion system comprises two ABB Azipod 1,500kW engines which power the yacht to a top speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 13 knots.