Dutch yacht design studio, Van Geest Design, has revealed their latest design for a 40-metre superyacht to be named ‘Ocean Nomad’. The new concept has been created for an experienced yachtsman who gave a brief for a multi-purpose yacht able to navigate all oceans.
The new hull will feature a sky deck with large open space, accessible from the bridge deck below. Designed with relaxation and entertainment in mind, the sky deck will feature a Jacuzzi with surrounding sunbathing platform and a lounge/dining area, barbeque, bar, day head, storage area and observatory seating. The centre section is shaded by a large canopy.
Below, she will accommodate guests over a five-cabin layout, with a full beam owner’s stateroom located on the main deck and four guest cabins on the lower deck.
The bridge deck houses the main salon with a 270-degree panoramic view and sliding door opening to the extensive aft deck, creating a light and airy ambiance. Forward of the salon is a gym with further sliding doors to the outside.
The aft deck will also have a full panoramic view, which can, if necessary, be protected from the sun by an overhead awning and eventual side panels. All deck furniture can be removed to accommodate a touch-and-go helipad, whilst the foredeck gives access to crew seating, crew tender storage, anchorage and mooring equipment.
Ocean Nomad boasts unique tender storage facilities on the aft deck with a small overhead crane to assist in handling sports equipment and supplies. The lower deck aft has a large bay to store a 30ft explorer tender.
For more information, visit Van Geest Design.