Superyacht design studio Vom Creations has revealed a 58 metre Mission Impossible-inspired explorer concept named Mr Hunt.
The concept has its origins in a sketch competition held by BOAT International earlier this year which asked entrants to take inspiration from the action film franchise.
The brief called for the yacht to be between 40 metres and 60 metres, feature a plumb bow and have a hydrogen propulsion system.
Following the competition, the team decided to turn Mr Hunt into a fully-fledged concept.
Designed for an active owner intending to use their toys and tenders every day, Mr Hunt is designed to offer as much outside space as possible.
A lounge area with a Jacuzzi sits at the bow and is directly accessed from the master stateroom. The yacht also features a skylounge with a second Jacuzzi and bar. Elsewhere, the yacht features a sauna and library.
Spread across three decks and designed to embrace the outside world, Mr Hunt features a roof clad in solar panels, combined with a hydrogen propulsion system.
The interior meanwhile is inspired by the SS Vega and the first voyage through the Northeast Passage. Described as “cosy”, the interior features natural light and materials. Accommodation is for a total of 10 guests in five cabins comprising one master and four VIPs. The crew accommodation meanwhile is for a total of 11 staff.
Speaking about the concept, Vom Creations said: “With the owner in mind, we designed an ideal yacht for an Arctic cruise – an explorer that can crush through ice.
“After daily explorations the owner and guests can relax in the sauna, library or bar, which are all featured on board.”