Frank Neubelt GO-95 on the water

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Frank Neubelt reveals 95m explorer concept GO-95

4 January 2022• Written by Tom McGhie

A 95 metre explorer yacht concept that comes complete with two helipads has been revealed by designer Frank Neubelt’s studio German Yacht Couture.

Named GO-95, the green-focused concept also features two 12 metre steel “containers” which trail the main vessel and store toys and support vessels, allowing more on board space. 

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The concept features two helipads; one at foredeck and one at its stern

Speaking about the concept, designer Neubelt said: “The hull lines are defined for extreme but safe sea cruising, intended for a very experienced, world-travelling owner.”

With naval architecture overseen by studio FIDMAR, other stand out design features include a beach club with its own spa sitting alongside a garage for two 10 metre tenders.

The aft deck features additional sun lounging space

Elsewhere, the owner has access to a private deck, with its own study and library. Four further VIP cabins are found on the main deck, bringing accommodation on board for a total of 10 guests. GO-95 is operated by a crew of 26, with crew quarters on the lower deck.

A provisional delivery date of 2025 has been slated

The main deck hosts a saloon with ample seating, which leads to a dining area and sushi bar aft. The aft deck features additional sun lounging, while helipads that service an Airbus 145 are found on both the concept’s stern and bow.

This comes after the studio unveiled a 70 metre superyacht concept named Screen70 in October 2021.

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