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Inside Bannenberg & Rowell's 112m superyacht concept Kappa

12 May 2021• Written by Miranda Blazeby

Openness and transparency are the central design tenets of the superyacht concept Kappa revealed by Bannenberg & Rowell.

The 112 metre superyacht design features a “powerful sense of connectivity to the water”, especially from the aft main deck and pool deck.

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The beach club and gym on the lower deck open out onto the pool. To starboard, stairs lead down to the “amphi-lounge”, a space positioned below the waterline designed to be used as an “underwater viewing gallery”.

Plenty of glass is “interwoven” through the yacht, creating “fluid-like shapes” that create a “dynamic” and “ethereal appearance,” the studio said.

Other exterior details include a “terracing of decks” that cascade onto the pool deck and a pair of pillars running from the pool deck up to the mast.

Forward of the superstructure is a second pool, helipad and storage for two Jet Skis. This area leads onto a bird’s nest at the bow described as an “island”. The area is complete with an open-air viewing snug and table for al fresco dining. A third pool is found on the bridge deck aft.

It comes after Bannenberg & Rowell revealed the 50m superyacht concept Project Isola earlier this year.

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