Berlin-based designer Theodoros Fotiadis has revealed a "tech-focused" global explorer concept named Stormbreaker.
Described as a "next level of go-anywhere explorer", Stormbreaker is made for an owner who wants to "conquer the elements, explore the world, and experience the exhilaration and tranquillity of global yachting first hand".
The concept features a "powerful and muscular" exterior with "razor-sharp lines" and is available at either 90 metres or 115 metres in length.
The design is centered around connectivity and features a state of the art communications system able to provide high bandwidth internet connection to "meet the demands of a modern day entrepreneur from off-shore", even at the polar extremes of navigation.
As well as a tough exterior, Stormbreaker features a "bottomless toy chest, efficient propulsion and long range capability". Meanwhile inside, at the heart of the yacht, is a structural glass atrium which fills her open-plan interiors with plenty of natural light.
Other highlights include a large tender garage to house smaller boats or a submarine, a beach club, a spa-gym complex, cigar lounge, observation deck, pool, library and heli hangar.
“This yacht is for people who enjoy going off the grid and experiencing something unique every time they are on board. A very different muse to more traditional cruising", said designer Theodoros Fotiadis.
Stormbreaker is a hybrid superyacht powered by a diesel-electric engine.