The sale was closed late last year and construction is already underway on the superyacht, which will feature a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
The yacht, which will have a 14.2 metre beam and draft of 4.05 metres, is scheduled for a late 2020 delivery.
Key exterior features include a touch and go helipad on the forward upper deck and a private owner area equipped with an outdoor dinette, sunbathing cushions and an optional Jacuzzi.
A full beam beach club will sit aft and include both a swimming platform and shell doors either side, which will open into extended platforms.
The tender garage will be spacious enough to store a full length 9.6 metre limousine tender, a guest tender, crew tender and a number of Jetskis.
The sheltered aft deck will feature lounging and dining spaces, as well as a seven metre swimming pool.
The interior design meanwhile will be handled by Ken Freivokh Design. Large windows will flood the saloons, dining room and guest cabins with natural light while the owner’s suite on the upper deck will be wrapped in continuous windows.
The central lobby will feature a spiral staircase while materials include marbles, granites and leathers. An elevator will connect all decks while a wellness area will include a massage room, steam room and gym.
The interior design will focus on “classical elegance”, Freivokh said.
“The idea is to achieve a layout that has complete integration between the decks and key internal spaces— with everything designed to maximise the continuity of the yacht’s lines as well as long sightlines.”
Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests comprising an owner’s suite and six guest cabins. Crew accommodation will be for a total of 19 staff in a private captain’s cabin, eight double and two single crew cabins.