A 70 metre superyacht concept with maximised living spaces has been revealed by Frank Neubelt’s design studio German Yacht Couture.
Named Screen 70, the concept includes a massive 1400GT interior with 700 square metres of living space spread across four decks. This includes the private owner’s deck, which comes complete with private terraces fore and aft and a master stateroom.
Four twin cabins on the lower deck and two VIPs on the upper deck, which both come with private terraces, round off the accommodation configuration for 14 guests across seven cabins.
“Screen 70 was designed for family and friends to cruise on,” said the studio. “Particular attention was given to the private spaces, given [the experience of] Covid-19.”
Elsewhere, the yacht features an elevator serving all four decks and a 110 square metre beach club with an integrated cinema.
Other amenities include a sauna, gym and an eight-metre pool on the aft deck, while the sun deck has another cinema and Jacuzzi. Toys and tenders of up to nine metres can be stored in the forward garage.
Powered by four Rolls Royce electric-diesel engines, Screen 70’s top speed is 18 knots, while a range of 9,000 nautical miles is possible at 10 knots.