Valencia-based yacht designer Alejandro Crespo has unveiled his latest superyacht design concept: the 105-metre (345-foot) Equilibrium.
Equilibrium's night club and beach club.
Superyacht design concept Equilibrium.
Superyacht design concept Equilibrium's main aft deck.
The yacht concept bridges the gap between the capabilities of an explorer yacht and the luxurious attributes of a pleasure yacht. She is designed to be able to face all weather conditions and access any sea from the Caribbean to Antarctica.
Equilibrium can accommodate up to 22 guests across 11 cabins, as well as an additional 42 crew members. She comprises four VIP staterooms on the upper deck, six guest cabins situated on the main deck and an owner’s suite, which includes a Jacuzzi, two bars and sunbeds.
The six-deck superyacht features hammocks and sofas on the main deck, as well as an outdoor swimming pool with a glass bottom, which also acts as the roof of a nightclub below. The nightclub includes panoramic views of the supryacht’s tempered glass, offering beautiful ocean views.
Equilibrium also boasts a beach club on the lower deck, complete with a lounge area and two bars. The superyacht also offers a sauna, scuba diving centre and underwater observatory.
Other key features include a 13.6 by 16-metre helipad on the bridge deck, which can accommodate a range of Airbus ACH helipads.
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