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Alexander McDiarmid Design teams up with Ghost Yachts on 80m superyacht concept G250

8 December 2021• Written by Miranda Blazeby

UK studio Alexander McDiarmid Design has designed an 80 metre superyacht project named G250 for Ghost Yachts.

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Revealed to mark the 10th anniversary of the studio, the concept features a “refined yet restrained powerful” exterior design, the studio said.

Key features include a V, wave-piercing hull and reverse bow penned by naval architect Norson Design.

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The lightweight aluminium hull is paired with a carbon fibre enforced superstructure while the propulsion package of four MTU 16V4000M93L engines, paired with two Voith Linear jets, produces a top speed of 37 knots. The yacht’s configuration can be entirely customised by the owner but includes accommodation for a total of 12 guests across five cabins and a full-beam owner’s cabin.

Elsewhere, the yacht boasts premium superyacht features including a sundeck with a Jacuzzi and large beach club and spa.

"This is probably the best-looking superyacht I have ever seen. It just leaves one speechless. You just want to sit and look at it. It has perfect balance and proportion. It is essentially quite radical, but somehow it is a very calm and pleasing unity," said Björn Moonen of Ghost Yachts.

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