Dutch studio, Isaac Burrough Design has unveiled its latest 100-metre (328-foot) superyacht concept. The design has been based on the desire to experiment with large, bold surfaces and sweeping curves, resulting in a remarkable new creation.
Rendering of Isaac Burrough's latest design concept.
Guests can enjoy this single waterside oasis.
Overview of the 100m yacht concept and her facilities.
In keeping with the design ethos of the yacht, designer Isaac Burrough opted to create one large section of glass extending over two decks as well as using floor to ceiling windows within the owner’s cabin.
He commented, “During my career, I have worked on a lot of builds with really complex exterior surfacing, which is often really stunning, but for this design I thought it would be interesting to step away from that and try experimenting with larger, bolder surfaces.”
To achieve the desired posture and stance, the bow was raised a full deck higher than what is conventional on a vessel this size, leading to an 11-metre high bow. The owner’s cabin was also extended further forward as a result, giving an extra-large cabin featuring a private lounge, office, yoga studio, double en suites and dressing areas, plus two outdoor balconies off the bedroom.
The 17.1-metre wide beam is put to good use on the lower deck where the vessel’s 215 metres squared beach club is placed. This area stretches the full width of the yacht and extends even further when the two side terraces are opened. A third opening at the stern then allows for one single waterside oasis where guests can take in nearly 360-degree views.
Other key facilities include a spa area located on the aft of the owner’s deck, complete with pool and large sun pads, a touch-and-go helipad and a tender bay big enough for three 12-metre tenders plus an array of toys. Her accommodation allows for up to 16 guests.