Details remain sparse about the concept, but Feadship did reveal that Pure will feature a sculptural exterior profile and open plan interior, emphasising that it could be “built tomorrow with adventurous clients”.
Designed according to “how owners and their guest actually enjoy their time on superyachts”, the concept incorporates “massive client feedback, long brainstorming sessions and in-depth research studies,” the builder said.
The result is a future-proof design that will be capable of incorporating future developments in propulsion and efficiency developments. Elsewhere, the yacht will feature a lower deck command centre, replacing a traditional bridge.
Designers Jan Schaffers and Tanno Weeda are set to give more details about the project as the Monaco Yacht Show gets underway.
It comes after the builder collaborated with Malcolm McKeon and Mark Whiteley on a new 77.85m superyacht project, known as MM770.