Ken Freivokh Design, the UK studio behind the 88m S/Y Maltese Falcon and the 106-meter Black Pearl, has just unveiled new 140-meter concept yacht featuring seven decks of luxury amenities.
The large-scale project strikes with its sleek lines, glassy surfaces and a 3D feel that its complex multilevel structure conveys. Initial images reveal a contemporary appearance with sections of the hull folding down to create additional terraces for private quarters and shared guest spaces.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and glass balustrades allow for sweeping views and ensure that the outdoor decks are usable even during blustery periods. On the bow, recessed circular sections forward and aft of the helipad provide those on board with a forward observation platform and a larger outdoor salon with a temperature-controlled pool.
Guests have a choice of transport for arriving on board: There are two helipads -one located on the sundeck and another on the upper deck bow – as well as a spacious floating dock coupled with a starboard tender garage able to store up to six limousine tenders along with a variety of water toys.
A full-sized IMAX cinema is the centre-piece of the interior, around which is the guest accommodation and a glass lift (elevator) connecting all the floors. Crew quarters are separated from the guest living areas to ensure that the crew can move about discreetly with minimal disturbance.