The A Group has revealed a new 110m superyacht concept named Project Acuore, as a result of the success achieved through its exterior work on the 101m superyacht IDynasty, delivered last year.
He rmain deck houses the majority of guest accommodation, as well as a salon, bar and aft deck with 10.5m infinity pool.
Her design signature is her glass shark fin, located on the top deck.
Learning from the design of M/Y IDynasty as the first yacht completed to full Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) certification, The A Group has developed a set of recognisable styling cues that are apparent in this, its next project.
According to the A Group, “The exterior design of Acuore is a harmonious combination of pure curves and taut lines, resulting in a clean, sleek profile.” Her design signature is her glass shark fin, located on the top deck to provide the area with “exceptional brightness”, and adding an original touch to her overall profile.
She offers large exterior deck areas to her aft and impressive interior volumes, including an entertainment area aft on the lower deck with cinema complete with the latest AV technology. She also features a gym with private fold-down terrace; hairdressing and massage rooms; and a full-beam spa with sauna, hamman and relaxation spaces surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, which open out onto the aft platform.
The main deck houses the majority of Acuore’s guest accommodation, with eight guest cabins amid-ship alongside a spacious living area aft with its exceptionally high ceilings. Here, there is a bar and a main salon with direct access to the aft deck, which is furnished with a 10.50m swimming pool and sunbathing area.
The upper deck houses two VIP suites for guests, as well as an interior/exterior dining room opening onto a large exterior deck. The sun deck above is reserved for the exclusive use of the owners, with private apartments located forward with a family salon and exterior deck area aft.
The top deck then houses a Jacuzzi and observation lounge.
For more information, visit The A Group.