The crew at Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design has just revealed renderings and details about its proposed bi-directional 180 metre superyacht.
What makes the vessel unique is that it is completely symmetrical meaning it has been envisioned to sail in either direction and certainly makes for a very eye-catching design. The designs started at the centre of the yacht and then out towards both the identically shaped and styled bow and aft.
Discussing the design with Boat International, designer Sander Sinot said “The yacht’s layout is created by symmetrically building up from the centre, instead of using the traditional linear set up. Functions on the decks are organised around the central void with an intuitive logic. The symmetrical shape of the hull allows for a bi-directional course at sea, tight manoeuvres and pivoting, ensuring comfortable tender transfers on the lee side of the lower deck’s mid-ship beach lounge.”
Thanks to the massive size of the superyacht, it could accommodate 34 guests and 48 crew and comes complete with 1000 square metres of exterior living space. The large interior atrium has a spa, 17-metre swimming pool, a number of seating areas, massive windows and towering ceilings.
Rather amazingly, the design of the bi-directional superyacht has been determined as technically feasible so it could become reality in the future!