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MESD 100: a new super concept from Norway

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Charl van Rooy

Norwegian designer Marius Skjolde has been working on his MESD 100 superyacht concept project for over a year and has this week released a closer look at his innovative 100-metre project to SYT.MESD 100M Design

With its elegant profile and sleek continuous lines, MESD 100 is a design project that captures both the interior aspects of a yacht of this size and blends them together with an exterior that offers just as much space for entertainment and play time. The huge sloping aft deck with its 7-metre-long pool and exposed beach club below is designed to make the most of any sunny day the yacht finds herself in.MESD 100M Design

The beach club itself is designed to house several social areas and come complete with a bar, sea-view lounges as well as a fully equipped fitness centre with gym, spa and sauna. A second hull opening forward is where MESD 100’s tenders are stowed.MESD 100M Design

The upper deck extends aft to where a panoramic overhang with full-height windows overlooks the main aft deck and the watersports activities happening around the beach club down below. The space can be separated from the elements as sliding doors create the perfect setting from where guests can enjoy the surroundings no matter what the weather holds in store MESD 100M Design

 The sundeck comes with two intended uses: either as a semi-open outdoor space where guests can relax under a large retractable bimini on the family-sized lounge and in the circular Jacuzzi up forward or, alternatively, have this deck configured as an owner’s suite on its own private deck and the freedom that comes with such a setup.MESD 100M DesignMESD 100M Design

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