The concept comes from Stefano Righini while the interiors are by the Benetti Style Department and use pale neutral colours with white and blue as accents. Superyacht GOGA has a volume of 395GT and is constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with four decks available for guest use. While the outdoor areas offer spacious dining, sunbathing and lounging options, the interior layout boasts a generous open plan salon and dining area on the upper deck, a central lounge on the main deck that centrally connects the accommodation, and a walk-in wine cellar.
The accommodation sleeps 10 guests over 5 en-suite cabins, consisting of 1 Master suite on the bridge deck and 4 further guest cabins, all placed on the main deck. There is also the option of a sixth cabin on the lower deck instead of a gym, and the Captain’s cabin can be divided to create a seventh cabin. In addition to the Captain, there is a crew of 6 which are accommodated on the lower deck.
The B.YOND 37M has been announced as the ‘greenest in her class’ and uses an innovative E-Mode Hybrid system by Siemens Energy in tandem with innovative SCR filters to control emissions. There are four different modes in total, with full-electric mode offering zero emissions while cruising and at anchor in hotel mode. The battery banks can be recharged in just three hours and grant up to 8 hours of autonomous cruising and up to 12 hours overnight. As a result, noise and vibrations from the engine room are mitigated, and CO2 emissions can be reduced by up to 24% and NOx by up to 85%.
M/Y GOGA has a range of 8,200 nautical miles when cruising at 9 knots in Eco Transfer mode, and can reach a maximum speed of 14 knots.