Parisian studio MUB Design has revealed its latest 120-metre (394-foot) superyacht concept. Named Rorqual, her designer has said that he took inspiration for her lines from whales, the largest living animals on the planet, achieving a “symbiosis between gigantism and slender curves”.
A mixture of classic and contemporary styling fills the interior, with felted furniture and the use of materials such as walnut, marble, copper and brass.
Key features include several Jacuzzis, a spa, gym and dance floor with a DJ podium overlooking the beach club. Rorqual also has the ability to store and deploy a range of toys and tenders on board, including Jet Skis, a submarine and myriad of inflatables.
She can accommodate up to 14 guests on board, as well as a staff of 30. Four 4,830hp MTU engines will power Rorqual, providing her with a top speed of 21 knots.
For more information, visit MUB Design.