Turkish yacht designer Aras Kazar has unveiled fresh renderings of his 150 metre superyacht concept ONO.
Inspired by the durable design of Spartan helmets, the concept balances a strong, robust look with signature superyacht elegance.
Key to the yacht's design is a sloping superstructure that blends seamlessly with the hull and tapers into a wide open aft deck that makes full use of the ample beam.
Here, Kazar has conceptualised an open sunbathing area, a wide set of steps and a split-level swimming pool bordered by sunloungers. Plants also make an appearance on board, tapping into a recently growing trend for integrating foliage on board superyachts.
Elsewhere, the yacht is home to side-opening overwater balconies which conceal a cinema room. The yacht also plays host to a helicopter landing pad located just forward of amidships.
Accommodation is split between a total of eight cabins, with a triple owner's suite configuration that would suit the charter market.
Speaking about the yacht's distinctive look, Kazar has said the idea was to "give an impression of an unknown object hovering above the horizon".
ONO joins a large portfolio of yacht designs by Kazar, with others including a 48 metre concept called Nave Nera.