KaiserWerft‘s new 75m motor yacht Kaiser-75 designed by Marco Casali represents an outstanding landmark achievement in large yacht design. Kaiser-75 superyacht´s construction is due to begin in 2012 with completion scheduled for 2015.
Never content with resting on their laurels, the designers at Too Design love to speculate on how the next generation of superyachts might look like. Each year a new concept joins the virtual fleet of future KaiserWerft, and the luxury yacht Kaiser-75 is in many ways the most radical to date. Taking the science of biomimicry as a starting point, she features the very best nature has to offer within an inimitable KaiserWerft design.
Casual yet sophisticated, minimal yet homely, this mature contemporary interior, combined with a crisp linear design discipline, creates pure understated luxury.
The materials convey warmth and variation of tone and texture, whilst providing a refined elegance without excess. A combination of raw rustic detailing, neutral panels in leather or paint with accents of rich stone or timber, combine to form a cool modern look.
The owner’s suite enhances the openness of space through the use of an innovative mirrored partition, which provides adjustable privacy between bathroom and bedroom. The main saloon, stairs and dining area create an air of relaxed, spacious elegance, while the VIP Suite provides ‘chic hotel’ intimacy with a rich yet harmonious aesthetic.
Super yacht Kaiser-75´s Oldenburger interior offers accommodation for up to 16 guests in six staterooms and twin 2680hp MTU engines will give her a range of 6,500 nautical miles at 14.5 knots. The range of special features is extensive and includes a sauna, two massage rooms, gymnasium, glass swimming pool, two Jacuzzis, a heli-pad and a large beach club.
Since swimming off the stern of such a large motor yacht can be an unnerving experience, the naval architect has created a beach club that’s more of a harbour.