Australian superyacht design studio Nick Stark Design has revealed plans for a 94 metre superyacht concept named Project Crystal.
Named after the “striking crystalline lattice” along the superstructure, the superyacht features a “celebratory” aesthetic, according to Stark.
"The lines flow up and across, both lifting our gaze and also guiding it to what is around us: the people, the community and the environment,” he added.
Key features include three pools throughout the yacht; a private jacuzzi on the owner’s deck, a sundeck spa pool with a glazed floor on the sundeck above and a third pool on the aft deck party zone.
"The play of light through the glazed floor of the sun deck spa further opens up the interior of the owner’s deck,” said Stark. “The atrium-like effect brings light that is both soothing and dynamic to the lounge below.”
Designed for “swift global navigation”, Project Crystal will have a hybrid propulsion system, foredeck helipad and 2500GT interior.
"As with all our designs, the impact of a vessel on its context is crucial—environmental considerations extend from the controllable pitch propellers which maximise efficiency, through the hydrodynamic optimisations of the hull, hybrid power systems and glazing arrangements that minimise solar gain,” Stark added.