Linea: A 295-Foot Concept Yacht from Fincantieri and Claydon Reeves

The Italian builder and British design firm displayed plans for Linea at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Italian yacht builder Fincantieri and British design firm Claydon Reeves unveiled their 295-foot concept yacht, Linea, at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Key features include a sundeck with a fire pit; folding balconies and shell doors for deploying larger tenders at anchor; a water-level beach club; a gymnasium with sea views; a touch-and-go helipad; and a plunge pool with amphitheater-style surround seating and a cinema screen.

Linea is a 90-meter (295-foot) superyacht.Courtesy Fincantieri Yachts

"Perhaps the most unique feature is the owner's forward deck, which can be privately accessed through the master cabin," Claydon Reeves co-founder James Claydon stated in a press release. "Providing expansive views of the approaching seascape, this space has been carefully designed so that it is not overlooked by the bridge sight lines, providing privacy for its vast sofas, loungers and Jacuzzi."

Look closely at the superstructure: It's designed as an homage to classic Italian cars.

The exterior is designed as an homage to classic Italian cars.Courtesy Fincantieri Yachts
The interior is based on Italian fashion, according to Fincantieri Yachts.Courtesy Fincantieri Yachts
Linea will be built by Fincantieri.Courtesy Fincantieri Yachts
Linea is designed by Claydon Reeves.Courtesy Fincantieri Yachts