XP75: The 75m superyacht concept with 2 helipads and 3 pools from Nauta Design

Nauta Design has unveiled the renderings for a 74.85-metre superyacht concept, the XP75. Based on a client brief, the XP75 is a mature project that is ready to start construction. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe XP75 yacht features engineering from the drawing boards of Azure Naval Architects, and comes complete with a 200-page specification document. This advanced design and planning allows for the concept to begin building immediately. 

The XP75 yacht is characterised by a rugged and masculine exterior design, with gently inclined windows. Nauta Design’s trademark design shines through, with clean and refined exterior lines, and chamfered edges.Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsHer Z-shaped fashion plates have been placed exactly amidships to maintain the between her fore and aft, while her upper deck gives the illusion of floating. Her dark-painted bridge and sundeck also have a reduced height to create a low and sleek profile on the water.

“A key word when we were designing the XP75 was flexibility,” explained Nauta Design project manager Martino Majno. “She is an Ice Class yacht designed to operate in temperatures from -20 °C to 40°C, she is just as at home in the Arctic as in the Caribbean.”Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe XP75 yacht has been designed to ensure operational efficiency and reduce fuel consumption. She features special double glazing, which reduces heat transfer and her engine cooling water is recycled. 

The main saloon of the XP75 yacht features floor-to-ceiling windows, which illuminate the room and highlight her three metre ceiling. However, the centre-piece of the room is her aquarium, which provides an eye-catching display for guests. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe XP75 yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests, as well as a crew of 24, with five guest staterooms on her main deck forward. Her foremost VIP suite can also be divided by sliding panels to create an extra ensuite stateroom. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe upper deck of the XP75 yacht is dedicated to the owner and features a forward-facing stateroom with an island bed. The suite benefits from 180 degree views, as well as a hot tub on her private deck forward. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe lower deck forward is dedicated to the galley, crew mess and accommodation, with two side platforms allowing for use between the guests starboard and crew to port. Her beach club includes a sauna, beauty salon and hammam and sunken bar underneath the pool on the main deck, while three fold-down platforms increase the space to 185 square-metres. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsHer main deck includes a pool with a base that can be raised, so the 273-square-metre aft deck also doubles as a helipad. Further forward and protected by a sunroof that slides out of the deckhead, is a sunken seating area, bar, DJ console and open-air cinema.Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsA key feature of the XP75 yacht is her skylounge on the upper deck aft, which features a projector for use as a cinema room. Her foredeck also doubles as a touch-and-go helipad when the yacht is at anchor, thanks to a telescopic mast and covered mooring deck. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe wheelhouse on the bridge deck is designed for maximum visibility in ice conditions with a walk-around integrated Kongsberg console and a Portuguese bridge. Thanks to the overhanging deckhead below, the owner’s private foredeck is completely invisible from the bridge. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe sundeck of the XP75 yacht measures 75 square-metres and is virtually invisible when the yacht is viewed in profile. Also situated on this deck is a third pool with a waterfall feature surrounded by sunpads and cosy corner seating shaded by umbrellas. Nauta XP75 yacht exterior renderingsThe technical spaces of the XP75 yacht have been designed to allow for diesel-electric or hybrid propulsion with batteries, with the aim of reducing the yacht’s environmental impact, saving fuel and increasing range.