Turkish yacht designer Aras Kazar has revealed new 48-metre (157-foot) superyacht concept Nave Nera.
Nave Nera rendering from the front. © Aras Kazar
Nave Nera rendering from the side. © Aras Kazar
Nave Nera rendering from behind. © Aras Kazar
Boasting an asymmetrical design with razor-sharp lines, Nave Nera is styled with black walnut planks, a high-gloss black hull with matte snakeskin styling and raised glass sides and edges accentuated by gold detailing.
Nave Nera has been designed to peak at a 40-knot top speed thanks to a wide body and low centre of gravity, which provides more stability even in rough sea conditions. The concept will be kitted out with three engines that can generate up to 8,200 horsepower.
The convertible front deck offers perfect aerodynamics, as well as protection to the Jacuzzi area during any travelling. The front deck unfolds and smoothly sinks into the deck with a single push of a button.
Moving inside, the interior features spacious accommodation in the form of two guest cabins, a master cabin and a crew cabin. Interior styling is bold yet simplistic, with soft Italian leathers, European upholstery and a continuation of the gold theme from the exterior.
Further details are to be released at a later date.