Named Elemental Power, the motor yacht is one of two designs announced at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show, the other being a 90 metre sailing yacht concept. Together the designs form the 'Elemental Project'. Both models have been penned with special features that “lessen their running costs and their environmental impact,” according to the yard.
Elemental Power has been designed with an efficient hull form and specially aerodynamic superstructure, outfitted with smaller engines that offer lower fuel consumption.
This design helps contribute to a a reduction of one megawatt (1000 kW) of engine power compared to conventional boats of the same size class. The unique hull shape also improve stability at anchor and under way, and when combined with the use of larger rudders, offers increased maneuverability in tight spots.
The interiors of the 1,830 GT yacht are defined by an extensive use of glass for a bright and open feel. There six guest cabins on board, including an private owner’s deck which offers an intimate dining and lounge area as well as a deck space with a jacuzzi, a library space and a massage or yoga area. The owner’s cabin itself is surrounded by 360° of glass for panoramic views and offers his and hers separate bathrooms and dressing rooms.
Other features on board include a swimming pool on the forward deck, a glass-fronted sky lounge for entertaining indoors, a dedicated fitness space with fold-out balconies and a beach club with a sauna, Jacuzzi and easy access to the water. In order to prevent disturbing the beach club aft, a tender garage with space for a 10 metre limousine tender and a seven metre open tender is located forward.
The 75 metre motor yacht will be powered by two 1,350kw engines, providing a range of 5,044 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 15 knots and a top speed of 18 knots.