Spanish studio Rodriguez Design has revealed the first renderings of a new 63-metre concept called Azua.
Azua would be built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and would be able to cover 4,000 nautical miles at 12 knots with top speeds of 22 knots.
Josh Rodriguez, owner of the studio, said it is the perfect yacht "for young owners looking for the thrills of a fast boat and the comforts of a superyacht."
The proposed four-deck yacht's exteriors will be dark grey, juxtaposing the "modern and elegant" interiors created by Ignacio Rodriguez. He describes the interior as a "laid-back and welcoming area where owners can feel at home", and initial renderings hint at light woods, pastel colours and rose gold accents which are offset by dark charcoal pillows.
Accommodation will be for a party of 10 across five cabins, including an owner's suite and two VIP suites on the main deck, as well as two double cabins and space for the crew on the lower deck. Located in the bow, the full-beam owner's cabin follows the same theme as the rest of the vessel and features LED lights to create a warm and welcoming ambience.
Stand-out features include a generous beach club area, with a 3-metre wide transformer platform that steps down into the sea. Inside the beach club, guests will be able to benefit from a bar area in the centre, and towards the front bulkhead, a seating area. There will also be two 4.5-metre folding balconies on both sides for added privacy.
Stairs from the swim platform will lead to the main deck, which will boast plenty of al fresco seating. Inside, the main saloon will be characterised by an open-plan layout to welcome natural light to broaden the space. Two sofas will be flanked by fixed furniture, which house the television, while the dining table will seat up to 12 guests.
The upper deck will comprise an observation lounge where "the owner and its guests can enjoy a movie night". Low bulwarks and angled floor-to-ceiling windows will also allow for expansive sea views, as will the large O-shaped sofa and seating area forward.
Further highlights can be found on the sundeck, which is half-covered by a hardtop and will feature loose sunbeds, a bar with a dumbwaiter and al fresco dining. Forward of these, a large seating area and a three-metre-wide Jacuzzi are flanked by a sunpad area.
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