Following the publication of the 50 metre aluminium concept The Belafonte published in November last year, Italian designer Federico Fiorentino has revealed his latest superyacht design. Named Queequeg and measuring 56 metres in total, the military inspired expedition yacht is characterised by sharp lines underlined by a distinctive bow.
On board she will accommodate up to 12 guests over a total of six cabins, including an expansive 88 sqm owner’s suite on the upper deck complete with a panoramic terrace and private gym area, as well as a full beam 80 sqm VIP cabin on the main deck. She will also accommodate a crew of up to 13 in total.
She offers a wide array of water toys as well as space for two tenders of 6.5 metres and 8.5 metres in her garage. Amongst her most notable amenities is a generous swimming pool area, a wide helideck platform with an enclosed pool on the upper deck, as well as a multifunctional ‘Virtual Room’ that can be utilised as a cinema, golf course or shooting range.
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