The London based studio, Bannenberg & Rowell Design, have announced their latest superyacht design: Project Telex, a 65-metre concept. Photo: Bannenberg & RowellProject Telex was designed with four pillars in mind: adventure, active lifestyle, power and proportion and would be equally suited for a family lifestyle as for more adventure-seeking groups.
Bannenberg & Rowell creative director, Simon Rowell explains, “Our Project Telex explores the freedom that yachting can bring. Privacy, space, time and adventure, these are all rare commodities, but freedom is the raw material and the fuel; it is perhaps the ultimate luxury.”Photo: Bannenberg & RowellPhoto: Bannenberg & RowellThe layout of Project Telex offers many possible amenities in the lower deck stern area, including a gym, dive shop, wellness and optional submarine deployment. The lower deck beach club, gym and spa are all accessible via an internal staircase.
A fireplace serves as a focal point in the main saloon, which is situated on the main deck, and also features full-height panoramic glazing, linking the interior spaces to the deck areas, including a pool area on the aft deck. Photo: Bannenberg & RowellPhoto: Bannenberg & RowellThere is space for up to 14 guests on board Project Telex in seven staterooms, four of which are located on the lower deck. The main deck is home to two additional guest staterooms and a master suite with two balconies. In addition, up to 14 crew are accommodated for on board.