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Marco Ferrari unveils 137m superyacht concept Project Neptune

20 June 2023 • Written by Dea Jusufi

Italian designer Marco Ferrari has unveiled its latest 137.5-metre superyacht concept, named Project Neptune.

Designed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the superyacht would have a gross tonnage above 5,000GT and a modern, low-profile design with long lines of glazing, a reverse bow and generous deck overhangs.

The concept is eco-minded, featuring “zero emission” hydrogen propulsion and glass panels coated in a heat-insulating foil, lowering the energy required for air-conditioning significantly.

Project Neptune has a 20.5-metre beam and can accommodate 22 guests across 10 cabins, with further complement for a crew of 50. Stand-out features include a dedicated hospital, a helipad on the sundeck aft, and unfolding sea terraces. The superyacht is also envisioned to have three swimming pools, including an infinity pool at the stern and a Jacuzzi forward.

The owner’s deck has an apartment fitted with a study, library, walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom and private outdoor lounge area with a second fully certified helipad complete with hangar. The main deck would contain six cabins and four VIP suites with a private balcony.

The superyacht would also naturally have impressive stowing capacity, able to carry two 12-metre limo tenders; two 8-metre lifeboats; a 7.5-metre RHIB work tender, and a collection of water toys, including a Jet Ski, kitesurfing equipment, kayaks, diving equipment, water-skiing equipment and Seabobs. There is also the option to store a submarine.

Project Neptune is Marco Ferrari's largest concept to date, followed by the 77.5-metre Atlantico created in 2019.

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