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Theodoros Fotiadis reveals 95m safe room-equipped superyacht concept

19 November 2020By Miranda Blazeby

Security is at the heart of a new 95 metre superyacht concept revealed by Berlin designer Theodoros Fotiadis which features its very own safe room.

Penned by T.Fotiadis Design, Ultra2 features a safe “core” comprising a contemporary styled suite and “diplomatic-grade secure-meeting environment” equipped with “cutting-edge security and privacy technology”.

Elsewhere, the yacht features “sleek” and “masculine” exterior with a steel hull and light alloy-composite superstructure.

An “obligation to nature” is at the forefront of the concept, Fotiadis said, resulting in an all-electric Azipod propulsion system and hybrid diesel-electric motors. Despite this, the yacht is “efficient enough to reach the most remote places.”

Fitted out with “luxurious bespoke interiors”, the yacht features oversized window panels for far-reaching ocean views.

Accommodation is for a total of 14 guests and 26 crew inside a massive 4450GT interior.

Ultra2 boasts a range of superyacht features including two swimming pools, one Jacuzzi and an iMax cinema. Impressive storage facilities can hold three separate tenders, two expedition RIBs, one EC1235 Eurocopter helicopter and a range of toys including wave runners, seabobs, kayaks, surfboards and SUPs.

Ultra2 has an estimated top speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 14 knots.

It comes after Theodoros Fotiadis revealed a "tech-foused" global explorer concept named Stormbreaker.