Centred around an E-Hybrid propulsion system, the 65 metre yacht concept SEE has been designed by Gill Schmid Design in collaboration with Lateral Naval Architects. Key features include plenty of exterior space for lounging and entertaining and a glass-bottomed infinity pool on the main deck – the largest of five pools on board. Inside, SEE forgoes a traditional layout for an open plan concept with communal tables and an informal lounge. Elsewhere, the concept is equipped with a sushi counter, outdoor BBQ, hydroponic tanks, a fermentation chamber and even a “mushroom lab”.
Standout new superyacht concepts
Superyacht concepts come in all shapes and sizes, radical, ordinary, revolutionary and bizarre. BOAT rounds up the latest list of designs from the industry...
A new 64 metre superyacht concept named Project Grace, which puts ocean views at the heart of the design, has been revealed by Nick Stark Design. Panoramic views can be enjoyed throughout the main saloon, which is fitted with floor to ceiling glass. "It's easy to forget that owners experience the yacht from the inside out,” said Stark. “Attention to glazing detail is crucial.” Elsewhere, Project Grace features a dedicated party space on the main deck and a private sundeck with a Jacuzzi, loungers and bar.
Named after the Greek goddess of light, the 77 metre superyacht concept Theia features extensive glass throughout the windows and external surfaces. Penned by UK design studio D-iD, Theia is spread across five decks and features various social spaces for entertaining family and friends. A Jacuzzi is found up top on the sundeck while the large aft balcony on the bridge deck doubles up as a helipad.
Saturnia, the latest concept penned by Lazzarini Design, features its own private harbour aft for its fleet of tenders. Built entirely from dry carbon fibre, the 100 metre concept is designed with a hybrid propulsion system for zero-emission cruising and a top speed of 30 knots. Spanning across five decks, Saturnia can feature a total of 20 guest suites and accommodation for 20 crew.
Designers Christopher Seymour and Carl Esch have teamed up with Ocean Independence to present a 72 metre yacht concept named Vast 72. Boasting an “efficient, low-profile design”, Vast 72 features accommodation for a total of 12 guests in six cabins and 15 crew. Other facilities include a gym, three pools, helipad, and enough storage for two tenders, two RIBs, four jet skis and additional water toys.