Palumbo Group's Columbus Yachts has announced its latest 120-metre (394-foot) concept, building on from the success of its recently launched 80-metre (262-foot) superyacht Dragon.
The new model is a “natural evolution” of Dragon, the yard stated, which was launched in March last year.
Designed by luxury yacht architect Hydro Tec, she sports “clean, crisp sweeping lines” and features “contemporary elements with classic proportions”.
Key features are the 19-metre beam, 250 square metre upper deck, owner’s suite and large aft beach club.
She can house a total of 22 guests across 12 cabins, containing ten guest cabins on the main deck and the upper deck owner’s cabin. The owner’s cabin features a private office, beauty room, massage room and private access to an outdoor lounge and Jacuzzi.
A full spa, gym, bathing platform and covered swimming pool, fitted with a waterfall, can be found in the beach club.
The superyacht also includes a spacious tender garage, hosting two custom designed tenders, along with a crew service RIB and a selection of smaller water toys.
Crew quarters are located on the lower deck forward, consisting of 20 double crew cabins, two messes and a galley. Two additional crew cabins sit forward of the main deck.
She will reach a top speed of 20 knots and range of 7,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 16 knots.
Source: Boat International