Bannenberg & Rowell Design high volume 57.91m superyacht

London based design company Bannenberg & Rowell Design, have designed a 57.91 metre, four-deck motor yacht with an impressively large interior, efficient performance, and a look unlike anything else on the water.

The company took a thought provoking approach to established notions on yacht appearance, as demonstrated with the elevated forward bridge location, the blurring of the traditional sheer line, and an asymmetric solution to the sun deck. Fuel efficiency, overall size and maneuverability were prime considerations in line with contemporary thinking from an ethical and visionary clientele. She will boast an 11.03 metre beam, a draught of 3.20 metres and an estimated gross tonnage of 1232.

The yacht’s exterior spaces will include a capacious 213 sq.m sundeck with an outdoor table for al fresco dining, spacious lounging pads, and an aft deck with a 4 metre long glass bottom pool looking down into the beach club below. The superyacht will also include a large dedicated garage for a variety of toys and tenders, complete with side access.

The interior is set to be equally remarkable, accommodating up to 12 guests and 15 crew. Guests will be accommodated over 5 luxurious guest staterooms consisting of 4 cabins and 1 VIP suite. The elevated Owner’s panoramic penthouse suite will provide spectacular views and a light-filled, relaxed atmosphere. The penthouse suite also comes with a private balcony, ensuring a beautiful private escape.

The design is estimated to require at least 3 years to build. Among the shipyards the company are considering to make their designs a reality are Heesen, Feadship and Abeking & Rasmussen. Creative director of Bannenberg & Rowell Design, Simon Rowell, considers these renowned companies more forward thinking shipyards unafraid of breaking convention, a necessity in their latest concept design.

By Gemma Fottles

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