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7Cs Superyacht Yacht


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Designer: Drive Design

Category: Yacht

Year: 2031-2040

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Overview:  The 7CS was designed primarily as an overtly luxurious cruiser, boasting an accommodation layout that aims to re-create the same levels of space and comfort an owner would receive in their own home.
Tried and tested ideas from the automotive world were borrowed in order to satiate Drive’s desire to challenge traditional superyacht proportions including lines and graphical breakup.

Among her design highlights are a sunken pool; Jacuzzi; helipad; unique interior atrium, and accommodations for 12 guests and 24 crew.

The sunken pool is located forward and features a retractable cover for swimming in less-than-perfect weather, while Drive is currently engineering an arrangement that would allow a helicopter to be garaged to maximize deck space.

With her unique-shaped hull and reverse bow, Drive estimates the cruising speed of the 7CS to be over 20 knots with a range of approximately 5,500 nautical miles.

The initial design for the 125 metre super yacht was shown by Drive at the 2008 Monaco Yacht Show after which they further developed the yacht’s design in light of feedback received at the Show as well as from supplier input.

It is anticipated more details will be released soon along with visuals of the interior space.

Drive Design is a digital imagery company that aims to bring the complex creative ideas of creative teams to life through their application of technical knowledge and visualisers.

They have designed sea-going vessels prior to the 7Cs including a range of small motor boats and large yachts over 50 metres.

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Devonport OneSixty


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Overview: The largest yacht in the DEVONPORT Yachts portfolio, this enormous vessel includes key features such as a 360 degree observation deck, 17 VIP rooms and an entire deck dedicated to the owner.

Gadgets and toys include a drive-in vehicle garage so owners and guests have their own transport when in port, a helipad and hangar allowing guests to arrive in comfort and style and two 20 metre day boats giving access to ports and beaches otherwise inaccessible to the superyacht.

An underwater observation deck allows guests to view their aquatic environment from the comfort of the yacht, and for the more adventurous there is a mini-sub for exploring the depths and a dedicated diving centre.

For some owners, guest entertainment is paramount and for after hours there is a nightclub onboard with a private area and indoor pool.

The DEVONPORT OneSixty will have a cruising speed of 20 knots and reach a maximum speed of 28 knots. She will accommodate up to 32 guests who will have their every need taken care of by a 64 strong crew.

Designer: Emocean Yacht Design

Shipyard Taiwan


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Overview: This project goes by the title “Shipyard Taiwan.” As you probably have already guessed, it’s a Taiwanese shipyard, one that’s designed, planned, and visualized by Motion Code Blue. Built onto and into an existing u-shaped hall and production building for motor yachts, this project aims to add an office building, green and recreational spaces, and a showroom. And in the vein of near-impossible design requirements the world over, the commissioner asks MCB to give this project “landmark-like characteristics.” It’s sort of like saying “make it godly, please.”

Inside this structure you’ll find VIP-areas, meeting rooms, offices for employees and CEOs, terraces, a yoga room and language course facilities. In the lower levels theres a kitchen area, staff restaurants and a cafeteria. The entrance area connects the showroom with the VIP-areas and office wing, with much fantastically beautiful room for walking around, buying up all kinds of boats.

Multimedia walls accent the intentionally neutral space, highlighting the boats – the heart of the complex. Meant for everything from launch parties to press events to public presentations. The main show area can show a max of three 50 feet yachts at once.

Outdoor areas also show the boats as the whole thing is basically made of windows. Outside there’s space for BBQ, relaxing, or just jamming about, thinking about all the boats you’re gonna buy.

Designer: Motion Code Blue