The outstanding feature of his latest straight 90 m yacht is the integration of a huge amount of hatches. Beginning at the bow, the first hatch under the helicopter deck is for water toys, as well as for a good access to the below mooring deck.
Then followed at the hull sides the mooring wing stations for throwing the heaving lines or just watching the dolphins jumping at the bow. The next big hatch under the helicopter landing area is for the 6.7 m rescue boat.
The VIP cabins have on each side a down foldable balcony with two integrated portholes.
On the starboard side a big boarding platform can be entered via the in bulwark gangway system, which simultaneous opens the view from the dining area. On the opposite side of the yacht is a shell door to have service and crew access. Near the transom at the starboard side is a 12 m long beach club with a sea terrace and on port side is a garage for a 12 m / 6 t and a 10 m /5 t tender.
At the bathing platform is a stern door, big integrated and foldable bathing stairs and the hatch for the obligatory stern passerelle.
The yacht is just below 3000 GT, has a beam of 14.35 m and a draught of 3.80 m, two swimming- , two whirlpools and a lot of other features, like cinema etc.
Source: cruse-design, July 4, 2012