UK design studio D-iD has revealed a 77 metre superyacht concept named Theia.
Named after the Greek goddess of light, Theia features extensive glass used throughout the windows and external surfaces, which connects the inside with the outside world while flooding the interior with natural light, the studio said.
Other exterior details include a “single bold curving line” at the rear of the superstructure and “crisp, clean lines”.
Spread across five decks, Theia is populated with numerous social spaces for entertaining family and friends on board. The sundeck features a Jacuzzi and various seating areas while the below bridge deck features a large aft balcony which doubles up as a helipad.
The master stateroom sits below on the dedicated owner’s deck and is complete with two dressing rooms and two bathrooms, a large office and saloon aft. The deck also includes private outdoor areas, including a rear terrace with a bar, dining area and outdoor seating.
The main deck below includes two VIP cabins, a full beam dining room large enough for 14 guests and a saloon leading to an outside bar. The swimming pool aft is surrounded by sunbeds and leads directly down onto the swimming platform.
The guest accommodation is completed with two additional guest cabins and a twin on the lower deck alongside the spa area, which features a Jacuzzi, hammam, massage room, sauna, and gym. Total accommodation on board is for 12 guests and 18 crew.
The yacht is can be fitted with either hybrid or conventional diesel propulsion for a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12.5 knots.