Hareide Design says on its website that the focus for the 354-foot mega-yacht’s design was foregoing “extrovert admiration” for “actively experiencing the beauty of nature.”
There’s a beach aft.
This beach is a seamless transition from deck to water, bringing the sea to the guests with a large declined stem portion.
There’s a garden.
A pool is luxurious, but a garden around a pool is, well, better. This design has a 65-foot 6-inch pool with a garden surrounding it keeping in the theme of bringing nature onboard.
There’s a large line of sight.
A grand hall amidships floor-to-ceiling windows to port and starboard, creating a line of sight that spans straight through the mega-yacht. Also, the dining area is elevated with nearly 360-degree views at the yacht’s highest point.
There’s solar power.
The massive mega-yacht can go green and maintain a “slow cruise” with sustainable energy provided by 300 square meters of solar panels. But when there’s a need for speed, there’s diesel-electric propulsion.
Last but not least, there’s a helipad.
Because it’s important to get you’re guests onboard in style.