Spanish designer Eugeni Quitllet has recently unveiled his outlandish and utterly unique super tender called Dune. The 60-metre vessel is designed as a chase craft for large yachts but can equally operate independently.
Quitllet studied the defining characteristics of some of the world’s finest motor and sailing yachts to combine the two in a form of pure efficiency and elegance. The name comes from the sculpted shapes of the teak deck which hides the navigations panels and also reveals access the deck below where up to 12 guests are accommodated in the six luxurious staterooms.
Precious materials are used throughout the design, but it is the overwhelming touches of rose gold in the exterior design that really captures the attention.
Outdoor deck spaces are intentionally left open and completely free to inspire a sense of freedom and simplicity. The sloping transom opens up to reveals Dune’s custom tender and below the waterline, twin azumithing pods deliver unmatched manoeuvrability for this super tender.
Quitllet estimates the build costs of the project with all its precious materials to be in the region of $70,000,000.