Italian designer Roberto Curtó has unveiled his latest superyacht design: the 63.2-metre Hypnosquid yacht concept which is based on the characteristics of a cuttlefish. Developed in collaboration with SuperYachtsMonaco, the concept showcases Curtó's unconventional style and takes its inspiration from the 'elegance, speed and agility' of the sea creature, according to the designer.Photo: RC DesignsThe all-aluminium exterior features eye-catching brightly-coloured LED windows to represent the Hypnosquid's eyes. Accommodation is for 10 guests including a duplex main-deck owner's suite across two decks, with a private lounge located downstairs. The suite also includes a full beam lobby and garden with overhead skylight.
Guest accommodation can be found on the lower deck and a crew of 12 is also accommodated for on board. The 1,050GT yacht has a 13.7-metre beam and 2.9-metre draft.Photo: RC DesignsThe full beam lounge and games room on the main deck features privacy panels in order to section off the games room during high-stakes poker games. The formal dining area on the main deck is for 12 guests and is located near to the galley so guests can watch the chef at work if they wish.Photo: RC DesignsPhoto: RC DesignsHypnosquid's wheelhouse and wellness area is located on the upper deck aft and includes a massage centre, gym and cinema room. The upper deck also boasts a large spa pool and forward-facing sunbeds.
Photo: RC DesignsPhoto: RC DesignsDesigned with Mediterranean and Caribbean cruising in mind, the vessel would also be capable of making transatlantic journeys thanks to its 4 x 16V 2000 M96L engines giving it a range of 3,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 30 knots.