Superyacht designer Christopher Seymour has worked in collaboration with design consultant Carl Esch to present a brand-new 82m/269ft luxury yacht concept BEYOND, part of a series developed for both the charter market and for private family use.
Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she features a classic silhouette with a dramatic raked bow and balanced alfresco living spaces forward and aft over five decks. It is, however, her stunning aft swimming pool and interior design that captivates: The elevated aft deck pool is an impressive feature on the lower deck swim platform heading into the beach club with wet bar, ensuring that deck space is used optimally while creating an ambient environment for socialising.
The lift (elevator) provides access to all decks for efficient access from the guest quarters to the multiple Jacuzzis and pools, and on the bow, there is also a helipad for convenient transport and bird’s eye views of the surroundings.
Interior designer Theodoros Fotiadis has envisaged a stunning calm living space using neutral earthy tones accented by warm lighting, crystal chandeliers and emerald green glass sculptures. The symmetrical setting of the sky lounge places the formal dining area forward in front of the ammonite wall mural. A walkway separates the two C-shaped sofas each paired with a coffee table and armchair. Column-like frames between the windows work in harmony with the overall design, and the delicate curtains enhance the indoor ambience and allow for the privacy and lighting to be modified as desired.
In addition to her beautiful guest areas, there is plenty of practical storage for food and water toys, the latter having a tender garage large enough for two 9m/29.5ft tenders and four jet skis.
The accommodation provides six staterooms for 12 guests, and cabins for a crew and staff of up to 27.
For sale through Northrop & Johnson, superyacht BEYOND has a leisurely maximum speed of 13 knots, allowing guests to savour the scenery in such destinations as the Mediterranean while sunbathing or soaking in one of the many onboard Jacuzzis.