Bespoke yacht designer Philippe Briand has teamed up with Ocea Yachts to create a fantastic new superyacht design Nautilus 45. The yacht was designed by the design studio Vitruvius, while Philippe Briand developed the naval architecture. The yacht is designed for world cruising with capabilities to explore both icy cold waters and hot tropical destinations.
At 45 metres and with a beam of 9.15m, Nautilus 45 offers fantastic outdoor areas, as well as comfortable interior living spaces. One of the notable features of the design is the side swim platform, which provides easy access to the water to enjoy water toys stored onboard. There are several alfresco dining and lounging areas, including shaded zones and plenty of room for sunbathing.
Accommodation is offered for up to twelve guests across six cabins, while the crew quarters can accommodate up to eight staff. The full-beam master suite is located on the main deck forward, while five guest cabins are on the lower deck.
Nautilus 45 is equipped with two 8-metre tenders, which can be placed on the main deck aft while cruising.
Nautilus 45 is designed to be built from aluminium, which makes the vessel lighter, reduces fuel consumption and allows to reach a top speed of 16 knots. With a cruising speed of 12 knots, the yacht has a range of 4,000nm.