Below are a couple of images taken by our reader, Kees Torn, of the striking 46,22m Feadship super yacht COMO launched in January. She was photographed at Feadhip’s De Vries in Aalsmeer, very likely getting ready for sea trials. As stated by the shipyard in their original launch press release , COMO superyacht represents a true triumph in each aspect and she was largely influenced by her Owner’s ideas when it comes to her design aesthetic and the extensive use of glass.
COMO yacht boasts two and a half decks, with the wheelhouse being slightly recessed into the main deck structure, drawing attention to the streamline design while creating a massive outside deck. This spacious deck is a fantastic area for entertainment and relaxation, which is also completely covered and surrounded by glass. The glass can be entirely lowered to let the breeze flow through or it can be raised to create a protected area.
One of the other important features of the luxury yacht COMO is the lavish use of glass in the superstructure as well as the hull. The glass in the superstructure has been placed on top of the metal rather than begin set into it, creating a continuous glass surface and allowing fantastic views as well as plenty of light to penetrate the interior, in particular the Owner’s stateroom.
Luxury superyacht COMO features naval architecture and exterior styling by Dubois Naval Architects, and interior design by Redman Whiteley Dixon. There is guest accommodation for four guests in two double guest staterooms and further four guests can be accommodated in two twin staterooms. Eight crew find accommodation in two crew cabins, one captains cabin and one engineer’s cabin located on the lower deck, together with storage rooms, laundry, galley and the crew mess.
COMO is powered by two Caterpillar C32 / 1417 kW @ 2300 rpm engines and boasts Quantum zero-speed stabilisers for elevated comfort.