Meyer Yachts, the superyacht division of commercial shipbuilder Meyer Werft, has presented a new 125-metre concept called THREE05 at this year's Monaco Yacht Show.
As a combination of a 125-metre superyacht and a 180-metre floating villa, the Meyer Group combines its two business divisions, Meyer Yachts and Meyer Floating Solutions.Read More/First look: Meyer Yachts reveals interior of first 150m ultra-sustainable concept
"Villa and yacht form a design and functional unit at anchor, and thus the possibility of accommodating larger companies," explained Meyer Werft managing director Thomas Weigend. "At the same time, the THREE05 can also be a very private retreat, complete with its own superyacht shuttle".
The 180-metre villa, known as Floating Solutions, will provide 2100 square metres of living space, room for a helipad and a marina that can accommodate guests' tenders and be customised to include entertainment solutions per the owner's request. Accompanying the villa will be the 125-metre yacht, with a volume of around 7,500GT allowing it to accommodate up to 30 guests.
The yacht will be constructed with "low impact" materials and powered by eco-focused hybrid technology consisting of fuel cells and batteries. Solar cells and wind turbines will also be installed on the floating villa to generate energy.
Kaj Casén, CEO of Meyer Floating Solutions, said: "The combination of Meyer Yachts and our extensive experience in building floating villas at this scale makes our offering truly unique in the world market. We provide fully customizable solutions for owners looking for a perfect and one-of-a-kind home on the water".