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Officina Armare reveals 85m "man cave" superyacht Project Armand

10 January 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

Officina Armare has revealed an 85-metre concept known as Project Armand. 

The superyacht's low-profile exterior is inspired by automobiles, with onboard highlights that include a virtual-reality main saloon, an outdoor cinema and a dedicated "man cave" on the lower deck.

Accommodation is for 18 guests and 21 crew, not including the two-story owner's penthouse situated on the bridge deck and sundeck. The owner's cabin comes with its own "intimate lounge" complete with a wine cellar and smoking room, plus an outdoor deck with an al fresco lounge and a Jacuzzi. There is also a full-beam VIP cabin on the forward main deck.

The main saloon is where Project Armand's "groundbreaking innovations" come into play. Designed with a glass concave structure integrated with LED screens, the yacht can create a "180-degree virtual environment [...] for hosting extravagant parties, observing the Serengeti in the middle of the ocean or simply watching a Grand Prix race." The main deck also houses a glass-bottomed infinity pool with ampitheatre-inspired sunbathing areas, while the upper deck features an outdoor dining area.

Project Armand has a 15-metre beam and 2,500GT

Project Armand's "man cave" comprises a lounge, dedicated diving station and floating garage which has storage for a U-Boat Worx submersible, alongside a selection of custom toys and a tender. There is also an extendable helipad on the bow, which can be converted into an outdoor cinema thanks to the "largest hidden outdoor C SEED TV in the world" (measuring 5.1 metres).

The superyacht will also be equipped with a diesel-electric propulsion system, which includes both fossil and non-fossil fuel technology.

Officina Armare last shared Espada with BOAT International, a 40-metre superyacht concept designed to capture "the essence of a personal island".

Read More/Officina Armare reveals 40m "private island" explorer concept Espada

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