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Inside Bannenberg & Rowell's 112m superyacht concept Kappa
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.
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.