Dutch yacht designer Nick Mezas has revealed his latest superyacht concept, 69m motoryacht Project Smooth.
The concept is a tri-deck motoryacht, based on a fast displacement hull developed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, and will feature a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Interior renderings of Project Smooth have yet to be released, but her designer explained standout features will include an aft deck pool located just above a beach club, and a large sundeck with cocktail bar and spa pool. The addition of a foredeck garage will allow her to store multiple tenders of up to eight metres.
Accommodation is designed for 10 guests across five cabins, and includes a main deck owner’s cabin along with two double and two twin cabins situated below deck. The crew quarters are in the bow, able to accommodate a staff of up to 14. The captain’s cabin is located on the upper deck.
Project Smooth will be powered by a twin-screw diesel powertrain, allowing a top speed of more than 20 knots, and maximum range of at least 2,000nm when cruising at 14 knots.
Mezas shared that there will be the option to fit the vessel with a hybrid propulsion system, and her design could be built to LY3 standards.