A 120 metre superyacht concept with extending beach club aft has been revealed by Opalinski Design House.
Extending beach club superyacht concept Indah revealed
Named Indah, the concept features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with “slender” exterior lines and a vertical bow.
Described as a “true ocean-going vessel” by the studio, the yacht accommodates a total of 24 guests in 12 cabins inside a massive 5,500 GT interior. The private owner’s suite has direct access to a dedicated aft deck balcony while the crew quarters is large enough for a staff of 32 crew.
The key feature of the concept however is the spacious beach club, which extends into a huge deck space thanks to rotating transom bulkheads.
The feature creates a huge beach terrace at sea level and allows the tenders to come alongside the beach club, rather than block water access at the stern. The beach club also features a gym and sauna behind tinted glass aft. Owners have the choice to opt for a helicopter landing pad with an optional hangar below the deck.
The studio has also focused on the yacht’s green credentials, resulting in a diesel-electric propulsion package, solar generating surface coatings and vertical wind turbines on board. Power will come from four MTU16V engines for a top speed of 24 knots and range of 7,000 nautical miles.