The 75m Project Seamax: superyacht or cruise vessel?

Written by Laura Nicholls

Spanish naval architects Sea Master Yachts have developed a 75-metre superyacht concept named Project Seamax. 

Project Seamax Exterior design Photo: Sea Master YachtsSea Master Yachts, part of Sea Master Engineering, are mainly involved in the passenger vessels market but have branched out to produce a superyacht that is able to accommodate 40 guests distributed throughout five decks. 

Project Seamax Exterior design Photo: Sea Master YachtsIn addition to the owner's cabin, guests can be divided into nine VIP cabins and 10 double cabins. The owner’s cabin has easy access to the forward helipad and includes a private massage room, spa, dressing room, private lounge and a study. A crew of up to 50 can be accommodated in 15 crew cabins. Inside the yacht, guests can also enjoy two dining rooms, a cinema area, bar, games room, gym and spa. The exterior layout features an 11-metre swimming pool, beach club and a second helipad on the sun deck aft.Project Seamax Exterior design Photo: Sea Master YachtsSeamax has been designed to cruise with comfort in all conditions and is capable of reaching speeds up to 14 knots through two 3,800 hp engines.



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