Known as the Global 550, the model has been designed in collaboration with Dobroserdov Design and Vripack as an ultra-efficient, globetrotting superyacht. An entirely aluminium composition, paired with 625kw Volva Penta engines, will give the vessel a range in excess of 5,000 nautical miles with large 21,000-litre fresh water tanks for greater autonomy.
Central to the design is the ability to enjoy the surrounding environment with panoramic lounges on every deck – the highest being a crow's nest for the furthest-reaching views. Other features include a commercially certified helipad for trips to shore and a spa for those looking to warm up after a day's exploration.
For the interior, the shipyard teamed up with ZROBIM architects and the project is the studio's first introduction into the yachting world. The design is influenced by the idea of "natural minimalism" where natural elements are included throughout such as American oak, wenge and dark Shimo ash.
According to the studio, elements of the interior were also directly inspired by adventurous landscapes. Illuminated Golden Queen onyx washbasins are said to resemble a glacier, while textured stones such as Arabescato Orobico Grigio and Spider green marbles are reminiscent of remote mountain ranges.
Four stabiliser fins – compared to the standard two – offer increased comfort during ocean crossings.
The Global 550 is asking €27,900,000 with an anticipated 30-month build time from the contract being signed.