Here are superyachts to eye in 2020 from Alloy superyacht to Heesen, Feadship’s 246-Foot Superyacht:
146-foot 44Alloy Superyacht
This New 146-Foot, All-Aluminum Superyacht Comes With a 3-Level Master Suite
Embrace the indoor/outdoor flow with this yacht’s emphasis on blurring the lines and a tri-level master, expandable beach club and on-deck hot tub.
Adding 15 feet to its well-received 40Alloy yacht, Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo revealed its latest model, the all-aluminum 146-foot 44Alloy fast-displacement-hulled superyacht. With five yachts already sold, this new addition to the Alloy line appears to be a winner right out of the gate.
Given the goal of designing a yacht that would provide the highest quality of life on board design studio Zuccon International Project delivered plans for the 44Alloy with all kinds of indoor/outdoor usable space and, most notably, a multi-level master apartment. This private owner’s suite comprises 1,560 square feet divided among the distinct spaces and includes both indoor and outdoor areas.
The owners‘ cabin was conceived as a loft, and is divided in three levels: lobby, bedroom and living room/office.
Feadship’s 246-Foot Superyacht
With a simple but dramatic exterior defined by sharp, angular lines, compressed space between the decks and a razor-like bow, Feadship’s new 246-foot creation presented little challenge when it came to a moniker.
London-based H2 Yacht Design paid particular attention to details such as low glass railings, wide gangways and the hot tub with a custom mosaic pattern. Such granular consideration extends to the varnished teak furniture, which is elaborately accented and surrounded by backlit marble.
Dynamiq’s Nimble 160-Foot Yacht
The yacht falls in the sweet spot of 160 feet in length, but feels larger with the smart design, both inside and out.
When it comes to yachting, 50 meters or 160 feet of length, is the magical line in the sand: The yacht is big enough to be big, with generous range, comfort and external space, but not so big that buying it, owning it and running it becomes an industry unto itself. Not surprisingly, the offerings at 165 feet are plentiful and packed with similar options, which is why when Dynamiq decided to enter the fray, it did so with an eye on being different.
The new GTT 160 was designed with the accent on the key factors: wellbeing, efficiency and price.
The wellbeing checklist ranges from a main-deck master stateroom with an open-air balcony on either side, to a full galley with breakfast bar fit for a professional chef or a serious home cook, to a movie lounge with a 75-inch screen and a bar. The aft main deck replicates a beach club, with a 12-person hot tub, a spa area and a gym. The unusual positioning of this area makes all the difference to heightening gracious onboard living.
Hide 164-Foot Superyacht
A superyacht designed to blend in sounds like an oxymoron, but that’s exactly what young creative Anna Borla is hoping to achieve with her latest concept, fittingly called Hide.
The formidable yacht designer, who is a finalist in BOAT’s Young Designer of the Year 2020 awards, has penned a sizable 164-foot vessel that aims to be at one with its surroundings. Sporting a demure slate hull, the superyacht is fitted with reflective glass panels that allow it to mirror the ever-changing landscape.
The design features clean, simple lines and an understated silhouette. She is not an immediate attention seeker but she is a showstopper in other ways.
Sanlorenzo 64 Steel Attila
With the 64Steel Attila Sanlorenzo launches its most prestigious and most imposing flagship, a 64-meter long vessel which is roomy, spacious, and welcoming like an 80 meter ship, rich in brilliant and courageous solutions, offering a qualitative level of on-board social life such as has never before been seen in a 1,600 GRT yacht.
It is an innovative proposal that has enabled Sanlorenzo to adopt unprecedented, married with elegant outside lines. Among these, the Main Deck at the stern and the Beach Club on the Lower Deck surely represent the most distinguishing areas of the project. The concept behind the layout in fact enables us to integrate the main bow deck and the beach club as much as possible and to experience both areas, around which the social life on board is focused.
Alia Yachts Rüya Superyacht
Launched in July 2015, Rüya is a triumphant example of a pure custom creation. She demonstrates how a truly capacious yacht can be designed and built to grace the ocean with the timeless elegance of a far leaner vessel.
Commissioned by experienced owners seeking a fully custom-built, go-anywhere superyacht, Rüya is a 499 GT Lloyd’s Register classed composite construction. Her clean, flowing lines flatter the tri-deck configuration, emphasising her length. The well-protected bridge and the open main-deck seating areas are further complemented with a fabulous 93 m² sundeck with full bar and a 10-person Jacuzzi.
To fulfill the owner’s brief for a yacht that would facilitate relaxed living, the interior design is very much that of a luxe beach resort in the tropics. Exotic woods, bamboo and other natural materials create a sumptuous, tactile appeal, and a casual ambiance that belies the design discipline at work in this exceptional yacht.
Designed by German Frers, the Hylas 60 is a world cruiser that doubles as a day-sailer for a small crew or couple. Hylas Yachts has earned a reputation for building durable oceangoing vessels with a classic ethos. The new Hylas 60 fits that mold, but adds other dimensions: versatile use as well as contemporary design and creature comforts.
Clean, modern lines is a simple but apt phrase to describe the yacht. So is user-friendly. The hydraulic outhaul that works with the hydraulic in-mast furling makes setting sail much simpler for a small crew.
Heesen Yachts’ hybrid Project Electra
A sleek design with a shallow draft, Electra is a highly fuel-efficient yacht designed for living. The second in the award-winning 5000 FHDF hybrid class, she possesses a flowing layout that invites the outdoors in. Marrying performance with low fuel consumption, she combines the ultra-efficient Fast Displacement Hull Form with Heesen’s advanced hybrid solution. Offering both diesel mechanical and diesel electrical propulsion, either source can be used independently or simultaneously, providing less noise, less vibration and more flexible power management. As innovative as she is inspiring, to cruise on board Electra is to glide on water. Sharp exterior lines and Heesen’s progressive engineering give her excellent seakeeping capabilities, even when carving through rough waters. Elegantly designed floor-to-ceiling windows offer unparalleled views. The use of mirrors inside the main saloon cleverly provides a sense of space and a unique connection to the outdoors.
49m Sunreef Power
The new 49m Power yacht by Sunreef could double as a floating nightclub on the sea with the neon lights it is covered with. It comes alive on the sea at night with the lights.
Entirely manufactured at the Sunreef Yachts’ facilities in the city of Gdansk, the 49m multihull marries cutting-edge engineering and radical naval design. The tri-deck concept incorporates extremely vast outdoor living areas made possible thanks to the yacht’s broad 17m beam. The yacht will be operated by 17 crew. Luxurious accommodation is provided for up to 10 guests.
The low drag and efficiency provided by the vessel’s twin-hull design will allow an autonomy of over 5000nm with 90 000L of fuel capacity. Powered by twin 3400 HP engines, the catamaran superyacht will carry three tenders and a wide selection of watertoys and PWC’s.