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The top 5 ways Project 75 reimagines superyacht design

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Project 75 Yacht Tender Garage
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Form followed function to create a beautiful superyacht concept

Of course, the first draft looked much like a Lego block boat, but then RMD came in with the exterior styling, delivering a sleek, window-full exterior.

The lines of Project 75 flow seamlessly from bow to aft, sloping down the expansive, open aft deck. The exterior is styled to be timeless and elegant, belying the commercially backed approach to her design.

Project 75 also has plentiful deck spaces, flexible interiors and all the trappings of a much larger yacht with a drive-in tender bay and helipad.

There is a float-in tender garage that will accommodate a 10 metre limo tender, sunken storage area for Jet Skis and a wet bar on the entry from the tender dock to the main entrance. Other amenities in the concept include a central elevator, gym and spa.

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