You don’t have to be a genius to figure out what Winch Design’s latest superyacht concept is all about.
Simply named the Beach Explorer, the super-sized vessel spans 367 feet end-to-end and has been outfitted for far-flung ocean adventures. The London-based studio, known for creating lavish interiors for yachts and private jets, says the Explorer was inspired by the client’s penchant for diving and water sports.
As a result, Beach Explorer is packed with toys, gear and gear to keep guests entertained at sea. For starters, the giant dive club comes with its own dedicated compression chamber and garage for a 59 dive boat. feet, as SuperYacht Times reports. It also sports an entertainment area for up to 30 people, so your whole crew can learn the ins and outs of diving on board.
Elsewhere on the six spacious decks, you’ll find a 33-foot swimming pool, gym, spa and steam room, plus table games, outdoor cinema and sunken bar. Aft there is also an impressive floating dock that can accommodate extra toys and tenders.
Inside, the light and airy living areas combine a neutral palette with blue accents to create a nautical feel. As with all Winch projects, you can expect high-end furnishings and luxurious materials throughout. As for the layout, the ship is built around a main salon and a dining room that can accommodate 25 and 22 guests respectively. It is also equipped with convertible cabins that can accommodate between 14 and 22 people. The owner’s suite, meanwhile, sits forward of the private owner’s deck and offers a walk-in closet, bathroom and access to the adjacent helipad.
As for the grunt, the studio says Beach Explorer will be powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system, which is both quieter and more energy efficient than pure diesel.
The best part is that Winch also offers a 279ft model in case you prefer a smaller Beach Explorer.
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