Officina Armare has revealed its 40-metre explorer concept Espada, designed to capture "the essence of a personal island".
Characterised by a broad, masculine profile, Espada prioritises multifunctional spaces and extendable areas across its four decks.
Accommodation is for 10 guests across five cabins, including an upper deck master cabin with a private terrace. There is further capacity for a crew of nine. Interior renderings reveal a fresh, contemporary aesthetic, incorporating greenery, floor-to-ceiling windows and a soft cream colour palette.
The main saloon is fitted with a wet bar, while the dedicated dining area opens up to an outdoor lounge for a semi-al fresco experience. The upper deck pool is another multipurpose feature, with a glass bottom that functions as a skylight and filters colourful light into the communal space below.
The sundeck has a protected dining area equipped with well-appointed bar and a teppanyaki grill. It is also arranged with sun loungers which benefit from unimpeded views off the stern.
Connected to the main deck via floating staircase, the beach club features a pool with custom sofa seating, fold-down bulwarks and extendable swim platform.
"Espada effortlessly marries form with function, blending the rugged charm of exploration with the graceful elegance of contemporary luxury," commented a spokesperson for the studio.
Espada can reach a maximum speed of 18 knots and a range of 3,600 nautical miles thanks to its twin Caterpillar C32 engines.