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German shipyard Nobiskrug, builder of the famous TATOOSH (92m), MOGAMBO (73m) or SYCARA V (68m), unveiled during the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show its new 90m superyacht project in collaboration with British design studio Bannenberg & Rowell called MUSE. This bold superyacht concept places strong emphasis on exterior relaxation, assuming her distinctly feminine lines which radically cut with most of the superyacht design unveiled in 2016. The sketches unveiled on Nobiskrug stand deliberately left much imagination, but there is enough to make us mull over the possibilities.
Based on the concepts designed by Bannenberg & Rowell over the last 8 years, Project MUSE is an evolution from hard edged, masculine forms to gentler and more curvaceous lines. Her name, as simple as this, evokes “ a woman, or a force personified as a woman, who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist.” Holger Kahl, managing director of Nobiskrug praised the concept’s “free flowing synergy between interior and exterior space”.
One key aspect of Nobiskrug’s Project MUSE is the flush-fit pool, which would feature glass panels in the base to allow light to filter through to the deck below. This area could also be covered by a retractable sunshade. Accommodation is for 16 guests split across seven main deck guest cabins and an owner’s suite on the upper deck. From this raised vantage point, the owner would enjoy panoramic views aft from the comfort of the rotating bed. Moving aft from here, Project Muse features an open-sided superyacht beach clubmeasuring nine metres long, with a concealed bar and another sunshade that rises hydraulically out of the deck. Bannenberg & Rowell adds that this area could easily be converted into an enclosed spa, should the owner prefer. At last, tender storage is provided in two large lockers either side of the pool, allowing the owner to store a wide range of superyacht water toys.
Bannenberg & Rowell also added that Project MUSE would feature flowing teak decks to smooth the distinction between the various levels, creating an effect they call ‘infinity decks’. This new design is highly found in new superyachts and megayachts projects, reflecting the new ideas and concepts of relaxation Owners are looking after for their next project.
Pictures: copyrights Nobiskrug / Bannenberg & Rowell
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