Named Villa X30, the 30 metre multihull yacht features an interior and exterior design by Dutch studio Phathom and is characterised by high volume interiors and a fluid layout that makes full use of the 13.7 metre beam.
The model will be fitted with solar panels in a bid to harness renewable energy and provide “additional [power] for on-board utilities,” according to the yard.
The sustainable focus extends into the design, with the yard considering a variety of repurposed fibres, sustainably-assessed paints and plasters, alternative leathers and reclaimed woods.
There are a number of layout configurations on offer, but key design elements include an aft cockpit with a glass balustrade that maintains the views while providing shelter from the elements.
This is adjoined by a hydraulic platform which supports a tender of five metres or more, and can also accommodate a variety of toys. When lowered with the two swim platforms, it creates an open-air beach club area.
The Villa X30 boasts “extra-high” overheads throughout, alongside a liberal use of glass in order to maintain a continuous connection to the water, with skylights contributing to the airy feeling.
The yacht’s layout is open-plan, but Extra has conceived the model with “smaller, convivial, multi-level zones” to break up the space.
To this end, the original design sees a library nook, bar, galley and main saloon all seamlessly integrated together, but other proposals could include a galley below deck or separate on the main deck.
Details about the yacht’s accommodation package have not been revealed yet, but ISA has said that the owner’s cabin has been conceived as “a private destination where time can be spent in the most idyllic setting”.
As well as a berth and sofa, the owner’s suite also features a spa-style en suite split between port and starboard. There is also a balcony that can be lowered to allow guests to feel even closer to the water.
Elsewhere, the yacht offers VIP cabins that have direct access to the transom, so that guests don’t need to enter the interior to access the aft.
The yacht will have a top speed of around 17.5 knots, with a cruising speed of 12.5 knots. The gross tonnage is estimated at 320GT.