While the average size of superyachts leaving the yards these days was something unseen only a few years ago, the typical "wedding cake" stacking style of these floating palaces is something we've unfortunately been seeing for many decades now. Only a handful of designs really have been able to break out of that straightjacket.
To celebrate the creation of his own design studio Arman, former BMW designer and marine envisioneer Arman Fissette created an innovative and visionary design style with a more monolithic approach to superyacht design. The result is a truly charismatic yacht, taking inspiration from stealth frigates and swerving dunes, boasting a crispness and leanness that is rare for a yacht of this size.
Measuring 90 metres, The Dune 90 is a true explorer yacht. There's a helicopter hangar aboard, together with berths for a submarine, an amphibious aircraft, three large tenders, six waverunners and a garage containing four off-road vehicles. While 10 Guest cabins and an owner's cabin provide enough space to sleep 22, there's an additional 28 crew aboard to run the yacht and cater to the needs of those aboard.
The swimming pool on the foredeck is partially overhung by the owner's salon which features a large glass facade, called the" visor". This feature clearly marks the vessel's inclination towards exploration, as if it were looking out for new things on the horizon.