Based on the Fassmer survey vessel design, the five deck explorer concept is fully SOLAS certified and features a diesel-electric propulsion system.
Beiderbeck Designs Reveals 65 Metre Explorer Yacht Concept
Key features include “outstanding sea-going, stability and manoeuvring characteristics,” the studio said, as well as a range of 6000 nautical miles.
Accommodation on board is spread throughout the decks. The owner's deck features the master cabin with a large saloon and bathroom, two lounges and a private terrace.
Elsewhere, on the “guest deck”, there are six double guest cabins, a saloon large enough to accommodate 12 people and an al fresco lounge area.
There are an additional four single cabins and two twins on the main deck, which also features a gym, spa, galley and pantry. Crew accommodation comprises nine twin cabins for a staff of 18.
The 65 metre explorer also features a helipad and hangar, car garage and storage for three tenders.
Other details include a 14 metre beam, draught of 4.2 metres and top speed of 12.8 knots.
It comes after the studio revealed plans for a 19.4 metre day sailer called Che Bella Vita last year.