Sea Master Yachts has unveiled its latest Seamax Explorer design. Spanning over five decks, the 75-metre (246-foot) vessel is able to accommodate 40 guests and 50 crewmembers.
Sea Master Yachts’ new concept is designed to let guests explore the whole world, from extreme polar seas to sunny beaches and tropical islands.
Guest accommodation is plentiful, with many different options – the owner’s cabin, with easy access to the forward helipad, also includes a private massage room and spa as well as a master bathroom. There is also a large dressing room, a private lounge and study.
The nine VIP cabins boast fantastic views, especially off the private balconies, and are fitted with queen-sized beds, en-suite bathroom and dressing room. Ideal for children, the 10 double cabins are fitted with two single beds and also include en-suite bathrooms.
Communal areas aboard the Seamax Explorer are an entertainer’s dream, with two dining rooms, a separate living room that seamlessly transforms into a private cinema, bar and coffee area, a gaming area, gym with fabulous views of the exterior, and a spa area that marries massage and relaxing rooms.
There are also 15 crew cabins on board for 50 crewmembers, as well as one cabin for the chief engineer and another for the yacht’s captain.
On the bow of the deck there is another grand helicopter pad, as well as a swimming pool perfect for sun lounging complete with a beach club and al-fresco dining area. The main deck, with yet another al-fresco dining area, is able to accommodate all 40 guests at once, and is ideal for socialising.
The spectacular views on board are made even more memorable with the superyacht’s surrounding and opened abaft.
Although technical specs are still under wraps, the superyacht is expected to be capable of reaching a top speed of 14 knots. Power is estimated to be drawn from twin engines providing approximately 3,800hp each.
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