The German naval architect Frank Neubelt has unveiled a new design concept for Turkish shipyard, Bilgin Yachts.
Named Project Lay, the 46m vessel is a family-friendly bluewater cruiser with angular, purposeful lines, and a reverse-angled prow to allow for better seakeeping.
Project Lay has been designed with a hybrid propulsion system, featuring a silent cruising mode, but further details including her top speed, have yet to be revealed.
On board, Project Lay offers accommodation for ten guests, and includes a main deck master cabin with private office. The four guest cabins are then situated below deck.
There are a number of relaxation spaces available on board Project Lay. Standout features include sliding glass doors in the saloon, allowing the space to open out onto the aft deck with Jacuzzi pool. On the sun deck there is a second spa pool, and a beach club with integrated spa is located aft of the vessels’ transverse tender garage.
The foredeck features large sunpads, and a storage locker with room for a number of water toys. There is also a touch-and-go helipad, able to land a Volocopter VC200.
For more information, visit Bilgin Yachts.