Aegean Yacht has revealed a 42-metre concept called Project Stealth. Currently for sale with TWW Yachts, Project Stealth forms part of a larger mission to create 10 "Tiger Shark Class" superyachts of various sizes. The first two 37.3-metre vessels, Vortex and Tempest, are already under construction.
Styled inside and out by Riza Tansu, Project Stealth is characterised by a militaristic profile, straight-stem bow and a grey and white colour proposal.
Accommodation is for 10 guests and nine crew. While full details are yet to be disclosed, renderings reveal ample sunbathing and lounge areas, an eight-person al fresco dining table on the upper deck and a beach club with dip pool, flanked by sunloungers. There are also two sunloungers arranged on the bow.
"Tiger Shark Design has been a benchmark in yacht design for more than a decade and it's not likely to change. Over the years, the design has been refined, allowing us to create something timeless," explained Aegean Yacht CEO Sinan Ozer. "Stealth is the latest example of our design philosophy: Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."
Project Stealth is expected to have a maximum speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles. The RINA-classed yacht will also be equipped with zero-speed CMC stabilisers, for greater stability at anchor and underway.
This announcement follows the launch of Aegean Yacht's classic 39-metre sailing yacht White Island.Read More/First look: Inside Aegean Yacht's 39m classic sailer White Island