Project Ikko; a new breed of superyacht
Designed by the London-based Stephane Schwarz Studio, Ikko showcases a counter-proposal to the current market trend by defining a new approach to exclusive yachting: 125 meters of leanness and unprecedented experience onboard, shaped around the interface between man, machine and the environment.
Her innovative architecture offers a new level of harmony with the landscape: 360° breath-taking sight lines of her upper deck lounge including side transparent floorings, topped by an optimum full view helicopter platform, a 180° panorama on the main deck and a sprawling forward outdoor entertainment space.
Spray on solar-power cells from the exterior faceted surfaces supply energy, amongst others, to Domotics, a cutting edge computing network managing interior-wide automation and communication for appliances and equipment, distributed and remote control of domestic tasks from inside out, enabling more intimacy thanks to a reduction of the crew number.
Composed of four decks, Ikko revels with a refined atmosphere made of understated luxury, airy cabins overlooking private balconies and adaptable saloons with electro-luminescent sliding panels. Her patented Pentamaran hull from BMT Nigel Gee achieves new standards of hydrodynamics to reduce fuel consumption whilst providing more speed and excellent seakeeping comfort.
With the poise of a sword hovering above the sea level, Ikko is tailored for people who aspire to new values and who are ready to take ownership of a groundbreaking adaptive machine, fit for 21 century nomadic lifestyle.