EUROCRAFT AND DESIGNER Federico Fiorentino have released a design for a 46m explorer yacht with a grey-blue hull with black and chrome accents.
Large windows decorated with steel stripes run along the side, giving plenty of light to interior spaces including the owner’s suite forward on the main deck.
The full-displacement yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins, with a full-beam VIP cabin, a double and two twins on the lower deck. There’s also accommodation for nine crew.
Fiorentino, responsible for the exterior design, integrated elements of workboats in the design including an atypical bow, which if a fender is added, looks similar to that of a tugboat.
The vessel is conceived to be able to explore and sail in every sea from the French Riviera to the Antarctic, and options include Ice Class compliance and also hybrid propulsion to reduce fuel, costs and emissions.
Huge open deck spaces on the aft main deck can accommodate tenders and toys including a RIB and a limo tender up to 10m in length. Aft on the upper deck is a helideck platform that can transform into a sunpad area, while the sundeck features shaded seating areas, a bar and a pool.
The yacht has an asking price of €23.25 million and a suggested build time of 24-30 months.