Ken Freivokh Design, the UK studio behind the legendary Maltese Falcon and her “sequel”, Black Pearl, has just unveiled a new mega-yacht concept, measuring 140 meters.The large-scale project strikes with its sleek lines, glassy surfaces and a 3D feel that its complex multilevel structure conveys. The yacht’s signature element, the circular cut-out in the tip of the bow, turns out to be an observation platform for best sunset and sunrise views. The forward helipad allows for two helicopters on standby. Stepping down, you find yourself in a sunken lounge with a temperature-controlled pool. The side glass panels protect from winds, without constricting sea views. The boat’s layout insists on a clear separation between guest and crew quarters. The centerpiece of the interior social space is the full-sized IMAX cinema. The owner’s staterooms and luxury guest suites are spread over the seven decks, all connected with a glass elevator for major convenience onboard. The stern of the yacht features a floating dock for tenders, in addition to the full-beam garage able to house up to six limousine tenders and an array of watertoys, accessible from the starboard.
Another Freivokh Design project of the same size, the 141-meter wooden sailing yacht Dream Symphony, is currently under construction at the Dream Ship Victory yard in Turkey.
November 24, 2017