British shipyard, Pendennis has teamed up with designer Dennis Ingemansson to unveil its latest superyacht concept, Arctic Sun.
Measuring 50m, Arctic Sun is an explorer superyacht with steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She also features sculptured exterior styling, according to Ingemansson.
The concept is said to be suited to both tropical destinations and colder climates, with a helideck that can be converted into a sundeck, offering 360-degree views out to sea. Standout features on board include a spa, which will have a massage room, sauna and gymnasium.
There would also an on-board dive centre with decompression chamber, and garage able to hold two tenders and six Jet Skis.
Accommodation on board is available for 10 guests across five cabins, with crew quarters for up to seven staff.
Arctic Sun is designed to be both aerodynamic and fuel efficient, featuring 80sqm of solar cell panels, reducing her diesel emissions. She would be powered by two MTU 16V 2000 M70 engines, allowing for a top speed of 19 knots and maximum range of 5,750nm when cruising at 12 knots.
For more information, visit Pendennis.