Nauta Yachts has revealed its design for a new 165-metre superyacht.
Nauta Yachts is known for having designed the world's largest superyacht Azzam. The 180-metre superyacht Azzam might soon have a sibling after its exterior designer released concept renderings of a 165-metre superyacht.
While not exactly the same, the new Nauta Yachts design shares Azzam’s classic elegance and also borrows from Nauta’s 'Light' concept conceived six years ago. The design uses clean, seamless lines to connect interiors with exterior spaces while providing impressive views from inside and out.
The seven-deck superyacht will accommodate 32 guests in 16 cabins and 64 crew in 33 cabins. She features a spacious main deck with a 150 square metre lobby and a 10 by four metre pool, as well as two VIP suites and seven VIP cabins, each with a private fixed balcony. The lower deck features a wellness and entertainment area, a large teak outdoor deck and a 170 square metre enclosed sea lounge.
An entire deck is dedicated to the owner, with a 700 square metre suite boasting a gym, studio, conference room, dining room, saloon and outdoor lounging area. The forward upper deck will host six guest staterooms all connected to an observation deck with panoramic windows. There is also a sunbathing area, a helipad and a expansive saloon with an outdoor lounging area.
With an anticipated displacement of 13,000 gross tons, the new 165-metre Nauta superyacht is expected to have a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots.