A 91 metre explorer superyacht concept designed for “maximum privacy” has been revealed by Los Angeles-based designer Adam Voorhees.
Constructed from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Project Axis features a private owner’s deck with a forward swimming pool and an aft sun lounging terrace.
The yacht spans five decks and includes a total of three swimming pools throughout the design. The largest is glass-bottomed and found on the main deck alongside the aft beach club and spa. The other two are located on the owner’s deck and sun deck.
Speaking about the concept, Voorhees said: “Project Axis’ feminine curves and undulating surfaces are balanced with the concept’s masculine volumes.”
The concept makes full use of its 14.5 beam, with accommodation for 16 guests in seven VIP staterooms located on the main deck beneath the private owner’s deck.
Power comes from a diesel and electric hybrid propulsion system, for a range of 5,000 nautical miles when cruising at 15 knots.
“The concept will embrace the most future-thinking technologies, including power generation for onboard systems,” added Voorhees. “[The studio] is definitely looking to explore hydrogen and other alternative fuel options.”