Another fantastic superyacht concept, 165 Viatorem, evolves from the collaboration between Otobot Naval Architects, U4 Marine shipyard and Russian designer Max Zhivov.
Similarly to the previous and smaller model, 130 Viatorem, this concept was drawn with a focus on the prolonged aft for carrying tenders and providing space for a touch-and-go helipad.
Designed to be built from steel and aluminium, this 50m explorer superyacht can also be constructed from a sandwich composite material upon request. With a hybrid propulsion system, the vessel has low fuel consumption and an extended range at her cruising speed.
More outdoor spaces are dedicated to relaxation and recreation featuring an outdoor pool with sunbeds, swimming platform and a bar. The sundeck is equipped with sunbeds for guests to enjoy the sun. The spacious interior spaces provide a large amount of natural light through extensive glazing to maximise the views. One of the main features of the accommodation layout is the owner’s cabin with a fold-out balcony.
The shipyard, naval architects and exterior yacht designed are yet to reveal more details about 165 Viatorem explorer yacht concept.