McMullen & Wing Reveals 3 Concepts

The megayacht builder worked with H2 Yacht Design, Vripack and Gregory C. Marshall.

The Vripack Naval Architecture concept is called Flow. It has an enclosed aft-deck beach house, gull-wing lookouts in the sky lounge and perforated window graphics that owners can personalize.
The Gregory C. Marshall concept is Diamond. It builds on the characteristics of the 147-foot Aquos Big Fish, which was built at McMullen & Wing. Diamond softens the styling of that yacht for what the builder calls “a distinctive 2015 look.”
The H2 Yacht Design concept is called Blade. It includes spaces for large tenders, a swimming pool, flexible interior spaces and large exterior decks.

New Zealand-based McMullen & Wing has announced three new superyacht concepts created in partnership with leading studios worldwide.

The shipyard worked with H2 Yacht Design in London, Vripack Naval Architecture in the Netherlands and Gregory C. Marshall in Canada, giving each studio a chance to put its own personality into a potential McMullen & Wing build.

Specifications and pricing are expected to be available soon. Look for full brochures of each concept at


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