This vessel is truly impressive from every angle. Its imposing overall dimensions: 197 feet long and 77 feet wide, offer a total area of more than 10,000 square feet, which make it the largest concept super yacht in the market.
The upper deck of the monumental vessel boasts 1,345 square feet of surface, featuring a stately dining room with seating for 14 guests. It also has an internal control station, private cabin for the captain and a terrace for relaxation. This floor can be accessed from an elevator that connects the different levels of the trimaran.
The main deck has 2,368 square feet of luxury with the possibility of modifying the interior in different ways to offer comfort and privacy to its occupants. As if this were not enough, the great room features four spectacular scenic areas, from where you can enjoy breathtaking views through glass walls that protect the guests from wind and water.
There are six guest cabins on the middle deck, all with queen size beds, located in front of retractable private balconies. And as it could not be otherwise; each guest room has a private bath and spacious built-in closets.
For the owner of this floating mansion, the luxuries are even more impressive. The master stateroom has twin dressing rooms, his and hers bathrooms and two desk areas, all with breathtaking panoramic vistas and private access to a 322 square-foot terrace reserved for the ship’s proprietor.
Finally, the lower level is entirely the realm of the crew, with access through the water toys garage, which houses two hand guided impellers Bag (Sea bob) and two jet skis. This deck features a fully equipped kitchen, dining and sleeping quarters for the staff, as well as other amenities.
Four 12-valve engines propel the huge ship, each generating an output of 1,635 horsepower for powerful and fast navigation if desired. Undoubtedly, this colossus of the seas demonstrates how design, engineering and good taste can deliver extraordinary navigational gems. This elegant floating palace will enhance the seas and adorn the ports where it anchors. ■