US-based Norwegian superyacht designer Strand Craft has revealed its latest concept; the 133m explorer yacht Miami.
Spread across six decks, Miami is “aggressively styled”, according to the studio, with a 20-metre beam. The yacht can also be “transformed into an open outdoor experience” thanks to packed garages of tenders and toys.
Miami features two helipads, one on the aft deck and one forward, both with their own hangars accessed via elevators. Elsewhere, the yacht can hold two 17.6 metre tenders and two Mercedes G 6x6 off-road trucks on the aft deck.
Elsewhere, the yacht features a sky bar with 360-degree ocean views and accommodation for a total of 20 guests in 10 VIP cabins. This includes a 300 sqm suite with 180-degree views, an outdoor Jacuzzi, sun lounge area, gym, spa, office, library and wine cellar.
Other features include a three-storey nightclub with class floors and a private owner’s saloon with a bar.
The crew quarters, which will comprise cabins and a living area, will sit on the lower deck and will be large enough for a staff of 44.
It comes after Strand Craft revealed a 135m superyacht concept named California and 122m explorer concept Aurora Borealis.