We’re still on the month of January yet we already have some new yacht concepts that sure do leave us very curious to what’s in store for 2019! Check out some of the latest superyacht concepts revealed this year.
The design of this vessel clearly was inspired by the look of classic ocean-going liners. It preserves these vintage features while at the same time providing this project a modern aesthetic. This idea comes from UK design studio LP Design UK and it will include a pool deck, private boarding from the owner’s suite and a library which can serve as an observation lounge.
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This sports yacht, for now, has as an exterior composed of sleek, strong lines as well as a slender silhouette. Phantom 62 will also be having a master suite with floor to ceiling windows and more than one panoramic balcony. This vessel is being developed by Team for Design Enrico Gobbi for the yard Rossinavi.
In this case, we have a superyacht conversion here listed by Ocean Independence. The vessel Triton was built all the way back in 2000 and has a maximum accommodation up for 48 guests. She also has one large platform with the capacity of handling helicopters, large, tenders, and yachts. Time will tell what the results of this conversion will be.
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This is the result of CRN and Lobanov Design’s combined efforts. Begallta is presented as being a boat meant for a “cosmopolitan owner”. This 75-meter ship will be having her exterior design handled by Lobanov Design while the interior will be at the hands of Pulina Exclusive Interiors
Barracuda (55 metre tri-deck motor yacht)
Last but not least we have the motor yacht Barracuda, built from an aluminum hull and superstructure. She will be having an adaptable capacity meant for 10 guests. Some other of her more relevant features are touch and go helipad on the foredeck as well as many spaces outside for evening dinners.