P.B. Behage has send us his new designs for a 33.33 metre superyacht concept, designed for worldwide exploration. The yacht's hull features a round bilge with a flared fan bow section and a reversed transom, creating a refreshing silhouette.
The concept and engineering for this 33.33 meter is in compliance with Classification society rules, and will be available with various deck and interior configurations. The hull is configured to be built in approved A grade ship steel, with the superstructure to be built in aluminium.
Accommodation is for 6 guests, with the full-beam owner’s suite on main deck and two full-beam guest cabins on the lower deck, all of equal size. Designed for worldwide exploration, the yacht is designed with heating systems for the winter, and air-conditioning systems for the summer period.
The designer has placed the yacht's two custom aluminium 5.90 metre tenders on the main aft deck, keeping the bridge deck aft open for sunbathing. A large hydraulic swimming platform opens aft to reveal a beach-club equipped with a spa and gym.