Ivan Erdevicki has unveiled his latest design concept, the ER 100. For this 100 metre superyacht, the designer wanted to steer away from clichéd designs, whilst at the same time avoid a busy looking concept. Therefore, the design makes its own statement in terms of styling, while still remaining seaworthy and practical.The seaworthiness of the design was of a primary concern; therefore a traditionally shaped bow was kept. The partially glass enclosed transom is able to fold down to create a large balcony deck.
The upper and top aftdecks are kept completely open, with a curved superstructure and large folding bulwarks that provides additional privacy when needed. The engine room air trunks and funnels are integrated within the wing type, semi-curved superstructure. A carefully designed helipad is separated from the rest of the yacht, which is yet another unique feature on this superyacht. The superyacht will accommodate up to 20 people in two owners cabins, and eight guests suites. Additional features will include a swimming pool a Jacuzzi, a theatre and a gym.