Hawk Yachts have unveiled their latest superyacht concept ahead of Boot Düsseldorf: the 47.45-metre Cape Hawk 690. Like the bigger sister concepts, also this one was designed for cold regions and hot regions and benefits from the expertise of Captain Matthias Bosse, the renowned naval architect Laurent Giles and even the Southampton Solent University.
One of the interesting features is the observation pod at the aft.
A heated winter garden in cold areas that can be opened in warm regions. Under that area on the lower deck is the beach club with day head, sauna (for up to 12 persons), additional showers and gym.
On the main deck, guests can enter via the aft observation pod and use the glass corridor to pass the tenders and reach the lounge. To create a larger space for entertaining the tenders can be removed and the glass walls pushed back to open the space.
The owner’s suite on the main deck can be converted to a pair of VIP rooms for charter clients – including ensuite bathrooms and dressing rooms. Guests are housed in four en-suite bedrooms which can be arranged as twins or doubles, featuring walk-in wardrobes.
On the bridge deck are a bar, a room with cinema screen, day head and the captain’s quarter. Furthermore, a seating area with pit fire. When you turn the cinema screen, you have an outdoor cinema.
The large tender storage can accommodate two tenders up to 8.50m, a submarine (SuperYacht Sub 3-500 LX) and other toys like jet skis, kayaks etc.
The yacht will be powered by two Caterpillar engines with a power of 1790 kW against the impact of ice and a range of 5,000 nautical miles.