German shipyard Lloyd Werft has unveiled its latest superyacht concept; the 97 metre DIVA.
Designed inside and out by Judel/Vrolijk, the six decked yacht features “dynamic and sporty lines” inspired by racing sailing yachts, with a vertical bow and "sail-like" mast.
The sub-3000GT interior features large floor to ceiling glass openings through the owner and guest areas, with most of the guest suites featuring their own private fold-out balconies.
There is also a private balcony in the forward lounge, which can be converted into a cinema.
Key exterior details meanwhile include a foredeck helipad large enough to land a six-seater helicopter, large infinity pool on the main deck and wellness and entertainment area of 300 square metres.
The owner, bridge and sun decks meanwhile are dedicated to socialising and entertaining. The owner’s deck is equipped with its own lounge, bar and sunpads, while the bridge deck features a lounge with a central fireplace. The sun deck also features another two forward lounges.
The interior décor sports an “Asian-Scandinavia look” and accommodates a total of 10 guests in five cabins on the main deck. The owner meanwhile has a dedicated owner’s deck with two bedrooms, his and her bathrooms and a private office.
Torsten Conradi, managing partner of Judel/Vrolijk, said the concept “implements some of the freshest and most unconventional features which will surprise and fascinate a lot of owners.”
Construction on the project could begin as early as summer 2020, with an estimated delivery of 2023.