50m Arctic Sun Explorer Yacht Concept

The new 50m Arctic Sun is a green explorer concept designed by the Swedish ...

50m Arctic Sun Explorer Yacht Concept

December 14, 2016

Written by Maria Korotaeva

The new 50m Arctic Sun is a green explorer concept designed by the Swedish superyacht designer Dennis Ingemansson for Pendennis Shipyard, UK. Dennis has worked on a large number of yachts with some other large shipyards, and gain a great reputation in the Northern Europe. 

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Arctic Sun by Dennis Ingemansson

The Arctic Sun explorer is a stunning vessel capable on cruising in both cold and warm waters. Arctic Sun features some automotive styling, thanks to her  designer, who’s main academic specialisation is automotive design. This makes the superyacht distinct, as she boasts aerodynamic form, which provides fuel efficiency. She also features 80 sq m solar cells adding to innovative ideas presented in the design.

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Arctic Sun

Exterior spaces are enormous, capable to store tenders and submarines. For those who appreciate a quicker way of travelling there is also space to carry a helicopter. This large outdoor area can also be transformed into an entertainment and relaxation area for some hot sunny day.

Brightly lit with natural light interior provides a large amount of space for long distance comfortable cruising. Designed with double owner suites and guests rooms, Arctic Sun accommodates 10 guests in 5 cabins. She also provides accommodation for 7 crew members.

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50 m Arctic Sun

Guests can enjoy stunning 360 degrees views on the Sun Deck. Luxury amenities on board include gym, massage room and sauna. Water sport enthusiasts will love a selection of water toys available: 2 tenders, 6 jet skies, diving equipment and other.

Arctic Sun reaches a maximum speed of 19 kn, thanks to her 2 MTU 16V 2000 engines.

 

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