Roberto Curtó reveals 101m Fincantieri concept Mauna Kea

Italian designer Roberto Curtó has revealed his 101m superyacht concept Mauna Kea, developed in collaboration with brokerage firm SuperYachtsMonaco and Navirex naval architect Mario Grasso. The design is his largest concept to date and, should an owner be found, would be built by Italian yard Fincantieri Yachts with a predicted build time of 30 months.

Named after the dormant Hawaiian volcano, the design features two large superyacht staircases that mould the volcanic silhouette; the forward staircase leading to the superyacht helipad, and the aft staircase splits in two to flank a central water slide leading to the main deck swimming pool.

She features a maximum draught of 5m, and a 14m beam under which the owner’s lounge stretches the full length. Complete with a private Jacuzzi, the lounge is left open to the elements on either side, while the staircase arch provides some shelter.

The hull allows a top speed of 16.5 knots, with a cruising speed of 12 knots facilitating a 6,000nm range.

Mauna Kea accommodates 12 guests, and especially large crew quarters with space for up to 22 staff.

If an owner is found, the Mauna Kea would be Fincantieri’s largest build since the 140m 2014 Ocean Victory.

For more information, visit Roberto Curtó Design.

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