US-based Norwegian designer Kurt Strand has announced his latest Strand Craft superyacht concept, the 93-metre (305-foot) Project Speed. Designed with performance in mind, she has an estimated top speed of 32 knots delivered by four 2,600hp MTU 16V2000 M96 diesel engines twinned to Rolls-Royce water jet drives.
Despite its speed, the sleek tri-deck motor yacht would also be capable of a cruising range of 3,500 nautical miles at 12 knots. With a pair of Seakeeper M35 stabilisers with active interceptors at work, she will also ensure smooth cruising and a peaceful night’s sleep at anchor.
Her 300-square-metre aft deck features a superyacht swimming pool with an infinity edge and a retractable LCD-tinted glass awning, which covers a portion of the area.
Project Speed’s two large superyacht tender garages have been designed to house a pair of 10m (33ft) limousines and a custom-built amphibious car, as well as an array of water toys and Jet Skis.
Under the retractable foredeck lies a hidden outdoor lounge area with a superyacht spa and bar, while other features on board include a superyacht helipad, an elevator, two Jacuzzis and a fireplace.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests across six cabins, including a master suite with private study and five further staterooms. The crew quarters has room for 28 crewmembers.
For more information, visit Strand Craft.