Australian design studio The Yacht Professionals used the recent Australian Superyacht Rendezvous to present a new concept called Project E39.
The 39.5-metre (130-foot) design has been constructed for extended cruising in remote destinations across the world, featuring a shallow draught and vertical bow to maximise interior volume.
Project E39 has a distinctively sharp profile, and clean lines that blend seamlessly into a curvaceous transom, which enables al-fresco relaxation on all three decks. On the main deck aft, a central table can comfortably host up to ten guests for an evening meal.
The upper deck aft provides a more formal dining area, with glass inserts in the bulwark aft ensuring uninterrupted views of the landscape.
The standout feature on board is her sundeck, which is equipped with a forward spa pool flanked by sunpads, a central bar area and room for four sunloungers aft – which can be sheltered by a retractable awning.
On-board accommodation is for up to ten guests split between five staterooms, including a full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck and four further guests cabins on the lower deck.
To accentuate Project E39’s long-range cruising credentials, she has numerous deep provisioning stores to allow for extended spells on the water. Her engine installation has not yet been disclosed.
In a recent release, the studio commented, “Project E39 was created to present a very efficient, practical and usable yacht with an emphasis on the guest experience, by providing a vessel which will exceed the limitation of others and go further than currently thought possible in yachts of this size.”
For more information, visit The Yacht Professionals.