DAMEN, builder of luxury expedition yachts has announced the unveiling of its new yacht at the Monaco Yacht Show, which will opens today and will run through to 29th September. A scale model is currently displayed at the AMELS and DAMEN stands, showcasing this unique design.
SeaXplorer 75 brings together the superior quality of finish and excellent capability. The technical platform is fully customisable according to the client’s requirements. Currently, two SeaXplorer yachts area under construction, both scheduled for delivery in 2020. The keel laying of a customised version of the SeaXplorer 75 took place in July.
The yachts spread over six decks and measures 76,9 metres (252ft) with luxury accommodation for up to twelve guests. This includes a large owner’s apartments as well as two beautiful VIP suites. Some of the main features include the SeaXplorer bow point observation lounge and the outdoor deck.
Thanks to her large volume of 2,650 GT, she can carry a great selection of exploration equipment and amenities, which includes two helicopters with a certified helicopter deck and below deck hangar, dive centre and two tender garages. She was designed to be able to remain stationary in secluded areas for several weeks, with provisions, fuel, waste water holding tanks and garbage management for up to 40 days of full luxury service with no port calls.
The Ice Class and IMO Polar Code compliant design ensures that she can safely cruise the most amazing Arctic and Antarctic destinations.
DAMEN developed the SeaXplorer range of five designs up to 100 metres (328 ft) with its design partners AMELS and Damen Research, as well as operational design input from EYOS Expeditions and exterior styling by Azure Yacht Design.
The DAMEN SeaXplorer range is designed, engineered and built in cooperation with the same team behind the DAMEN Yacht Support range and the AMELS Limited Editions range of superyachts. The three ranges make up the yachting division of the Damen Shipyards Group – a global family-owned enterprise with 34 shipyards around the world, 10,000 employees and more than 6,000 vessels delivered.