The vessel was built on speculation and is the second hull of the redesigned 55-metre Steel class as well as the 10th from the shipyard to feature an interior created by British design studio Bannenberg & Rowell, who produced a tranquil and clean appearance. Eucalyptus is an important feature throughout the living spaces, and comes in dark stained, natural and light varieties for both cohesion and contrast. Neutral off-white furnishings, neo-classical elements and large windows further add to the sense of serenity and space across the decks.
The accommodation is designed for up to 12 guests across 6 en-suite cabins. The Master suite provides an area of 86m2/925.7ft2 on the main deck forward for the occupants to enjoy complete privacy while working or relaxing. The his-and-hers en-suite bathroom where Thassos and Laurent Gris marbles continue the elegant ambiance. The VIP stateroom is placed on the upper deck along with the skylounge, thereby freeing up more space on the lower deck for the remaining four guest cabins.
The outdoor areas are just as desirable for spending passing the time, and the social hub that is the sundeck provides a large Jacuzzi, alfresco dining and a wet bar. When it comes to pampering, the beach club has a sauna and steam room to ease tired muscles after a busy day.
Luxury yacht PROJECT POLLUX has impressive naval architecture and engineering to match her impeccable on board areas, such as the Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) from Van Oossanen and a pair of MTU 8V 4000 M63 built to IMO Tier III standards that are capable of a transatlantic range of 4,500 nautical miles. She has a cruising speed of 13 knots, and a top speed of 15.5 knots.
M/Y PROJECT POLLUX is currently undergoing sea trials in the North Sea and delivery is expected before the end of January 2021.