Italian naval architecture studio Hydro Tec has released details on their new superyacht concept: CROSSBOW, a 100m/328ft mega yacht made from an aluminium hull and superstructure.
Designed with a beam of 12.5m/41ft and a draft of 3.5m/11ft, she is designed to provide guests with an exceptional cruising experience that grants high-speed performance, a wealth of amenities and balanced indoor-outdoor living.
CROSSBOW has a very modern appearance and the concept images show a vertical bow, sleek, sharp lines and a dark hull. A curved windscreen presents the illusion of a double-height deck, and the upper deck forward skylounge benefits from double the ceiling room.
The interior layout can be altered to meet client requirements and alternative arrangements allow for a private owner’s deck or an extensive owner’s suite on the upper deck. Outdoor furnishings are mostly lightweight, fixed in place and protected from the wind in order to ensure speed efficiency during transit. When at anchor, the bow can be transformed into a sunbathing and entertaining area.
For transport to and from the destination or airports, there are two 9.5m/31ft custom tenders stored in front of the beach club and deployed through a side-opening hatch. The garage has ample space to store additional sizeable water toys so that there is no need for a support vessel. A heli-hangar is concealed below the foredeck, which slides out to either side to allow for operation. Twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L engines allow for a top speed of 25 knots.