Theodoros Fotiadis, a Berlin-based yacht designer, has revealed further details and interior renderings of his 118m superyacht concept Vitality.
Theodoros Fotiadis' 118m concept M/Y Vitality
Vitality's foredeck lounge is linked to the exterior by large sliding doors
Her foredeck lounge also includes a formal dining table with chandelier and nautilus shell motif.
Originally unveiled to the industry in 2015, Vitality offers clean exterior lines with her beam of 17.3m and maximum draught of 4.8m. She continues the studio’s statement theme of large convertible exterior areas that serve more than one purpose, giving her a vast array of layout possibilities.
When speaking to Boat International, Fotiadis revealed that he proceeded to interior outfitting after attracting interest from a potential client; accommodation will include room for up to 18 guests and 22 crew, with a total interior volume of 5,180GT giving plenty of space for rest and relaxation.
Vitality’s key features include a helipad on the foredeck with eight sun loungers nearby. This foredeck joins seamlessly to her bow lounge with large sliding doors, where guests can relax on two curved sofas, or entertain around her statement dining table. A further eight loungers are then laid out around her aft-deck swimming pool.
On the lower deck, she will offer a gym with 12m by 4m indoor swimming pool that will seem to be part of the ocean once her series of sliding doors have been opened out onto the large swim platform.
If realised, the 118m superyacht will be powered by a quadruple MTU 20V4000 M93L engine setup, giving her a top speed of 22 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 18 knots. She will offer an impressive range, thanks to her fuel capacity of more than 880,000L.