Andy Moore of Moore Yacht Design recently unveiled a new 90 metre superyacht design. This assertive design features several innovative ideas, such as the full beam main salon leading to an entrance on the main aft deck, which is intended as an exterior entrance as well as a viewing area. The aft end of the upper and main decks feature decking which runs from the deck, over the edge and down the vertical superstructure, giving the yacht a fresh new look.
The main exterior areas are located on the upper and bridge deck levels, which provide guests with a great level of privacy. The main exterior dining and lounging areas are located aft, whilst on the large foredeck features a swimming pool. The sun deck offers more sun beds and a jacuzzi.
The robust lines of the exterior are a move away from the traditional ‘wedding cake look’ as seen on many other yachts this size. Instead, the yacht’s sleek lines give her a very strong identity, emphasising the size of the vessel.
This design draws upon Andy Moore's experience as a trained car designer, emphasising strong lines and surface styling. The whole shape of the yacht is defined in an automotive " one shape style", as are most cars. The automotive influence is also reflected in the strong shoulders on the upper superstructure.