Emre Yildirim of Turkish design firm Nod Design has send us renderings of their latest project, XE-90. XE-90 is a ninety metre superyacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. According to the designer, the design of the yacht is based on the dynamism and fluid lines of car aesthetics.
The yacht is designed to offer accommodation for up to 14 guests, in a large upper deck owner’s cabin, and 6 guest cabins on the lower deck. The lower deck also houses the yachts tenders, forward of the yacht’s wellness area, that opens up to folding balconies.
The main feature on the main deck is a large infinity swimming pool, a feature we have also seen on other yachts in this size range, such as Oceanco’s Alfa Nero and Seven Seas.
The designers tell us they have incorporated panaromic windows and several balcony features, to create areas where guests can have an indoor/outdoor experience. The yacht also features a helipad, located on the foredeck.
Although still early in the design stage, the XE-90 project so far looks very promising.
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