British design house Olesinski has revealed a wellness-focused 70-metre concept known as Rise. The superyacht would be built at Dörries Yachts in Germany, with construction estimated to last 36 months.
"The concept is simple," explained managing director Justin Olesinski. "Provide a no-compromise spa zone that has every luxury."
Rise's wellness offerings were conceived through discussions with Coral Spa Consultants and Gym Marine, as well as several charter captains and hotel spa consultants. The result is a four-deck superyacht equipped with an infinity pool, spa bath, plunge pool, massage room and aesthetics salon, found forward of the patio doors. The crew's well-being would also be catered for with a "clever layout that enables them to provide the ultimate service."
Accommodation is across five guest cabins and a master cabin with separate dressing room, office and private terrace. Other confirmed leisure highlights include a lower deck gym, a lift that serves three floors and storage for a 10-metre tender, six-metre inflatable and fleet of Jetskis.
"Our hope is that Rise will appeal to a client who wants a unique yacht with wellness at the heart of the design but also with Northern European build quality; without the need to wait years in order to start the build," added Henning Dörries.
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