Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design has revealed its latest concept, a double-headed superyacht developed in partnership with BMT Nigel Gee. See the pictures here.
Dutch design studio Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design recently revealed their latest creation, the 180m concept Symmetry. The superyacht concept has been designed from the centre outward, resulting in a balanced and symmetrical appearance, hence the name.
Sander Sinot’s unique design allows for an unusual guest accommodation layout, one that has a capacity of carrying up to 34 guests in ultimate style and luxury.
Spread over six decks each one has been assigned and styled with a specific function in mind.
The beach deck features a large mid-ship lounge with seawater pool and float-in tender bay. The hotel deck above is where guests can unwind in style, with a selection of lounges, bars, a garden, gym and exterior swimming pool available.
A private owner’s deck is where the VIP guests can enjoy their private spa, office space, library and exclusive exterior deck with lounge seats and infinity water feature.
Sander Sinot, the designer of Symmetry, said: “The yacht’s layout is created by symmetrically building up from the centre, instead of using the traditional linear set up.
“The symmetrical shape of the hull allows for a bi-directional course at sea, tight manoeuvres and pivoting.”
British naval architects BMT Nigel Gee LTD supported the project by overseeing the naval architecture of the design, ensuring Symmetry will live up to her proposed steering characteristics.
The vessel is designed to be extremely manoeuvrable, while allowing for a top speed of 20 knots. A crew of 48 members will be living on board across 30 cabins.
At 180m, Symmetry would become the world’s joint-largest megayacht, alongside Roman Abramovich’s £394m vessel Azzam.
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