Rainsford Mann Design (RMD) has release to SuperYachtTimes.com more information about an brand new design concept, the RMD 88M. The RMD 88M is an exceptional vessel, standing out with modern, yet timeless lines and a stunning vertical bow that efficiently knifes through the water. State of the Art Stabilisers ensure an effortless journey, and the option of electric drives reduces vibrations and noise throughout your voyage.
Inside, the vessel boasts unparalleled head-height on all decks. There is a huge double height reception lounge and formal dining room on the main deck with a bar in the upper deck salon and more informal dining that can convert to an alfresco layout with large sliding glass doors. The bridge deck sky lounge is the perfect place to relax with music and admire the views from an exterior bar. The enclosed fly-bridge houses a gym, whilst outside; a jacuzzi, ample sun-pads and sun loungers create a relaxing spa area. The aft tender garage and dive bar, open up to reveal a stunning ocean lounge area, with access to a spacious double level deck space and large pool upstairs.
The RMD 88M offers up to 14 Berths in 4 x Guest Suites, 2 x VIP suites and 1 x Owner's Suite. The Adjoining Guest suites can convert to additional VIP Suites with the aid of soundproof sliding walls. The Owner's Suite offers a stunning panoramic view over the bow, with a private office, library, vanity room, double bathroom, lounge and balcony. The owner's suite can also be accessed directly from the helipad.
The vessel is equipped with the latest communications and navigation equipment including the most powerful privately available radar integrated infra-red cameras capable of seeing through thick rain, dust or even snow. All main doors and ship's systems are fingerprint protected, drop down ballistic panels protect the bridge position and a Long Range Acoustic Device, can be used to warn or disorientate waterborne threat.
The tender package includes an 8.5M Custom Sports RIB, 9.5M Custom Limo Tender, 4.5M Rescue RIB and 4 x Jetskis, not to mention the option of landing a twin turbine helicopter. A decompression chamber improves safety in the most remote dive locations.