Brazil-based MCP Yachts has a raised pilothouse motoryacht in the works.
MCP used the “Two and a Half Decks” 106 LE Paradiso, which was launched in 2016, along with other previous designs such as the THD 92 and THD 120 as references for the new THD 92.5.
Layout options include a five- or six-stateroom arrangement with the main-deck master suite, similar to the THD 106. The master has a forward-facing panoramic view thanks to elongated windows with an unobstructed line of sight. Belowdecks can accommodate three to five staterooms, and crew has access to the main deck portside so as not to interfere with the owner and guests.
Want to make a long haul? You’re in luck. The 92.5 has a reported range of 3,000 nm at a 10.6-knot cruise speed.
Quick specs: The THD 92.5 is 94 feet LOA with a 23-foot beam.
Bring your family and friends: She accommodates up to 14 people, plus four crew.
Powerplants: The 92.5 can be powered with twin 1,015, 1,400 or 1,800 hp Caterpillar diesels.