Project Crystal: 94m superyacht concept with three pools and a helipad unveiled

Written by Kayla Dowling

Australian design studio Nick Stark Design has just released their latest concept, the 94-metre superyacht Project Crystal. The release of the concept comes shortly after the unveiling of the 98-metre superyacht Project Wave.Project Crystal yacht exterior renderProject Crystal, has been named after her defining design feature, the crystal-like lattice encompassing her superstructure. Nick Stark, stylist and naval architect of Nick Stark Design, comments, “We wanted to create an aesthetic that is celebratory. The lines flow up and across, both lifting our gaze and also guiding it to what is around us: the people, the community and the environment".Project Crystal yacht exterior renderHer sleek hull design has been implemented to optimise her hydrodynamics. In place of traditional satellite domes, she features an antenna system, which integrates with her exterior lines.Project Crystal yacht exterior renderCentral to the design of Project Crystal were environmental considerations. She features controllable pitch propellers, an optimised hull, hybrid propulsion systems and glazing arrangements, which minimise solar gain.Project Crystal yacht exterior renderThe 2,500 GT superyacht features a helipad on her foredeck as well as three separate pools on board, consisting of a private Jacuzzi on the owner’s deck, a spa pool with a glazed floor on the sun deck and a pool on the aft deck. The glazed floor of the sun deck’s pool provides an atrium-like effect to the owner’s quarters, located underneath.Project Crystal yacht exterior renderNick Stark comments, "The feeling of sanctuary is central to the design—we have aimed to create a safe, relaxing space that is beautiful to approach and beautiful to experience on board."Project Crystal yacht exterior render

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