Representing the largest concept by Ivan Erdevicki to date, the 135-metre mega yacht with an impressive beam of 19 metres boasts creative styling evoking the era of luxury liners of the 30s and 40s with a modern take on the style of this glamorous period.
The mega yacht spreads over six fabulous decks with voluminous areas for the accommodation, relaxation and work areas. She has been designed with a stylised 10 metre high (from the waterline) plumb bow and striking shear lines. Amongst the special characteristics of this concept are her stylised elliptical portholes at the main deck level, which in real life would measure 2,6 metre at minor and 3,3 metres at major axis for the largest window and proportionately smaller for others, nonetheless a spectacular feature to add a glamorous feel to the yacht’s guest staterooms.
The whole top deck is dedicated to the owner, offering a fabulous luxurious and most of all private area, with a forward facing master suite, a private saloon and dining room as well as an adjacent gourmet kitchen. All area offers panoramic vistas, a gymnasium and a swimming pool aft. The area can be entirely isolated from the rest of the accommodation on request. In addition, the swimming pool can be converted into a helideck at the push of a button, exclusively for the owner’s helicopter.
The central atrium is yet another great characteristic that connects the decks and offers an easy flow of guests between accommodation, common and socialising areas around the mega yacht. All decks are serviced by two atrium-facing glass elevators. The atrium is fitted with a piano bar, a reception area and a dance floor and provides a fantastic area for entertainment on a grand scale.
In addition to the saloons and a quiet library area, the 135m ER135 also includes a full-size screen cinema, a large fully-equipped gymnasium, a sauna, spa centre and a hammam. The stern boasts port and starboard staircases elegantly curving around the central infinity swimming pool and the beach club area below with direct access to the aft water toy garage while the double boathouse, port and starboard almost amidships hosts up to four full-size tenders or a variety of smaller vessels, such as mini-sub, water limousine, high-speed jet boat or a tender.
ER135 was designed to accommodate around 50 guests and as many crew members, a ration which would allow for top service, expected aboard a mega yacht of this calibre. This vessel emanates elegance and style with minimalist clean lines, offering great volumes over her six decks, showcasing expertise and unique imagination of her designer and naval architect.