Valencia-based designer Alejandro Crespo has released his latest superyacht design, the 105 metre Equilibrium.
The concept has been designed to bridge the gap between explorer yacht capabilities with “pleasure yacht luxuries”, according to Crespo.
The exterior design features extensive glass, thanks to large window panelling, and an exterior colour dubbed “Champagne green”. This is combined with a metallic white superstructure.
Key features on the six-deck yacht include a 13.6 by 16 metre helipad on the upper aft deck, which is suitable for a range of Airbus ACH helipads.
Exterior entertaining areas are key, with the upper deck featuring a large terrace, as well as a fountain that falls down to fill the 15 by seven metre main deck swimming pool. The yacht also includes a nightclub on the main deck aft and beach club on the lower deck.
The nightclub is a star feature. Based on a geometric design based on triangles and indirect lights, it includes a panoramic observatory of tempered glass that provides far reaching ocean views.
The lower deck beach club meanwhile includes a large Jacuzzi integrated into the deck, as well as a lounge area and two bars. Other features include a sauna, hammam, scuba diving centre and underwater observatory.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 22 guests in an owner’s cabin, four VIP cabins on the upper deck and six guest cabins on the main deck.
Dedicated to the private use of the owner, the deck includes a spacious cabin forward, two bathrooms, two dressing rooms, a lunch saloon and a large sofa. The crew quarters meanwhile allows for a staff of 42.