British design studio, ThirtyC Design, has announced their latest superyacht project; a 50 metre motor yacht named Mako, which was designed in collaboration with Baldwin Harris, who worked on the interior design.
Working to create a yacht with a dramatic exterior, the result is a superyacht that blends contemporary entertaining spaces, large areas of glass and a relaxed interior; a notable feature of which is a full height glass panel forward to provide a floor-to-ceiling view out from the master cabin, or alternatively, the main dining room depending on the layout option chosen by the new owner.
The yacht will provide accommodation for up to ten guests, with four guest cabins on the lower deck, each with large windows providing excellent views and light into the cabin. The yacht will also feature a full beam beach club with a lounge area, bar and changing facilities.
As a yacht with several alternative layout options, the sundeck can also be alternated to suit the new owner’s tastes, with sheltered bar area and separate day head, or, as an enclosed gym with day head and changing facilities. Both layouts provide a large sunbathing area and Jacuzzi forward of the sun deck.
For more information, visit ThirtyC Design.