Bannenberg & Rowell’s Biggest-Ever Design

The 367-foot Freire Renaissance has a helipad and room for four tenders.

Freire Renaissance
The 7,200-gross-ton megayacht Freire Renaissance can host 36 guests in 19 staterooms. Courtesy Bannenberg & Rowell

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London-based design firm Bannenberg & Rowell says the 367-foot Freire Renaissance—its largest design to date—will leave the Spanish shipyard in August.

Renaissance is a 7,200-gross-ton yacht with naval architecture by Marin Teknikk of Norway. Accommodations are for 36 guests in 19 staterooms, with the design built to the Passenger Yacht Code as well as to the Ice Class standard.

That much space allows for features such as a sizable swimming pool in addition to a private owners’ pool, multiple bar areas, a helipad, stowage for four custom-designed Cockwells tenders and an onboard pizza oven.

Headroom is a surprising 18 feet in the main salon and dining area, and Bannenberg & Rowell says the yacht’s gymnasium is the largest one afloat. There’s also a wellness center with plunge pools, a steam room, a sauna, massage rooms and a hair salon; an onboard business center; a jazz bar and a cinema.

Is the interior décor dramatic? According to Bannenberg & Rowell, yes. It includes an art collection, custom stained glasswork and backlit onyx bars.

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