The latest superyacht concept from Chinese shipyard, Dynasty Yachts, is a 120 metre vessel that will feature exterior designs and naval architecture by the company co-founder, A.M. Barbeito. The yacht has already gone through months of design, engineering and preliminary tank testing, which the shipyard states will result in a significantly reduced delivery time.
Designed for global cruising, both the interior and exterior design will provide expansive living areas for a total of 24 guests on board, luxuriously accommodated over 5 king size cabins, 2 queen sized cabins and four double/twin cabins. The owner will be accommodated in an opulent master suite with private lounge, sunbathing area and balconies.
The main deck features a health spa and beauty salon, including a Hammam steam bath, sauna, Jacuzzi and gym. The spacious sun deck has been arranged with comfortable seating area, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, bar and windshield protected sunbathing areas, all of which are easily accessed from the central circular glass elevator. Two tender garages have been arranged on the lower and main deck levels to store the wide selection of tenders and water toys, and the yacht will also feature a fully compliant heli-deck.
In regards to performance, she will have a maximum speed of approximately 18.5 knots, a cruising speed of 16 knots, and a range of 7,500 nm.
Speaking to SuperYacht Times, Managing Director of Dynasty Yachts, Brad Bean, comments, “currently the yacht is classified as a concept yacht, though we have several clients who have expressed interest, at the moment we are not considering building it as a spec project. Since much of the design, 3D modeling, engineering and preliminary tank testing has already been done, the build time would be approximately 30 months should no major modifications be done to the existing design and engineering.”