French studio YXXI Yacht Design has recently revealed its latest concept: a 90.5-meter yacht named Project #6. This project comes after the 127 meter Project #4 revealed by French studio during March of last year.
This latest project was developed by lead designer and studio founder Thomas Vuaillat. This time, the yacht in question is aimed at big families who wish to spend time together while at the same time feeling at home on the water.
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In a social media post on Instagram, Vuaillat says he hopes that “Grandparents, parents and children should find everything they might need to enjoy family life on board with a high level of comfort.”
During the construction of this project, the interior and exterior living areas were increased. With the safety of the children in mind, a one-meter high fence was built in order to prevent any risks. In order to improve communications from the exterior to the interior (and vice versa), some sliding glass walls were added. Some glass panels have also been built into the ship’s steel superstructure.
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One of the key features in this superyacht is the existence of a touch and go helipad at the rear of the upper deck. The cool part about it? It transforms into a basketball court when it’s not being used!
Among other relevant features are a large fitness room, spa and 10 x 5-meter swimming pool at the upper deck. Within this same area, there is a lounge sofa placed surrounding a central fireplace.
When it comes to capacity for accommodations Project #6 will be able to receive a maximum of 18 guests and 27 crew members. The guest suites on the middle of the lower deck can be adapted into four or six guest suites (it will depend on the option of the owner).