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The freshest new superyacht concepts for 2018 and beyond

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Project XS

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For our design special edition of Boat International, we spoke to the world’s most prominent superyacht designers to see what new designs they have up their sleeves. Here’s what we found…

What is it?

A chiselled 58 metre motor yacht from the renowned London-based design studio Bannenberg & Rowell.

Why we love it

The sharp, angular lines catch the eye, with a pair of fins atop the superstructure concealing the satellite domes when viewed from sea level, but it is the interior layout that really sets this design apart. The dining area is situated aft of the saloon to give sea views on three sides while enjoying a meal. What’s more, the main deck tender garage allows Project XS to store and launch a much larger dayboat than usual.

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Aurora

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What is it?

Styled to appear slimmer than she is, Aurora is the latest 140 metre concept from the boards of world renowned studio Nuvolari Lenard.

Why we love it

Balancing sleekness and interior volume is a common challenge for briefs in the 100 metre plus size bracket. The designers have pulled this off with aplomb and retained star features like an infinity pool and superyacht beach club in the stern.

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Mulder Design 76m

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What is it?

As the name would suggest, a 76 metre motor yacht concept from Dutch studio Mulder Design.

Why we love it

Balancing modern technology, timeless style, speed and comfort was the crux of the matter when developing this particular concept. “This is a yacht for people who want the best in terms of quality and lifestyle,” explains designer Bas Mulder. To this end, the concept includes accommodation for up to 12 people and a Jacuzzi on the superyacht sundeck. But it is the main deck that is the undoubted star of the show, with its surprisingly spacious aft-deck pool and on-board cinema room.

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