3 interesting design features of the M60 SeaFalcon concept



"The objective was to get away from the layered deck approach"

The new 60 metre Mondomarine M60 SeaFalcon concept was designed by Luiz de Basto and unveiled in 2015.

Mondomarine believes the M60 SeaFalcon is “the next generation 60 metre sport yacht”.

The main deck space was integrated within the volume of the hull and then sliced to expose the structure underneath. The upper curve that is left has been highlighted in Tuscan red, while another curved arch was added above to define the upper deck and sun deck.

A variety of generous open and enclosed spaces are organised around these distinct shapes, and Mondomarine has said “the resulting profile is very compact and recognisable from a distance”.

“The objective was to get away from the layered deck approach,” said Luiz de Basto.



Private terraces cascade naturally within the curve of the superstructure

The main deck aft is well protected thanks to the integration of the main deck within the shape of the hull and superstructure. The sheltered lounge and dining area offer a tranquil space to relax when underway, or while in a windy anchorage.

The bridge deck aft has a comfortable seating area and extra-large sunbathing cushions.

The sun deck has various options for relaxing or entertaining, including a hot tub, a bar and al fresco dining.

All of these decks offer a series of private terraces for the guests to enjoy, and they cascade down naturally within the curve of the superstructure.


Interior volume

Large folding balconies extend the living spaces out over the water

The sloping multi-level exterior is partially hidden behind the high freeboard. This high freeboard allows the M60 SeaFalcon to have an unusually large interior volume.

Even more volume is created at anchor thanks to the folding balconies on the transom and main deck sides.

The large balconies fold out to enlarge and extend the living spaces over the water. On the lower deck the folding transom creates a huge open beach club, offering direct access to the sea.

Large doors in the main saloon slide out of view into hidden pockets, revealing the balconies that fold down on both sides at anchor. With the balconies open the main saloon transforms into a wide open living area.