Winch Design has revealed the renders for its newest concept: the 112m Beach Explorer. The ICE-class explorer yacht will be able to reach the furthest corners of the globe, withstanding icy conditions.
The vessel, which was inspired by the owner’s passion for diving and water sports has ample storage space for water sports equipment and submersibles. Additionally, large dive and fishing tenders can launch from the vessel’s aft float-in deck.
The main saloon is distinguished by light and natural materials, with strong blue and green accents that further the vessel’s diving concept. Two circular emerald coffee tables are surrounded by curving light couches that can accommodate up to 25 people.
The 85-metre Beach Explorer can accommodate 14 passengers, with the option to host a further 8 with convertible suites. With a forward-facing stateroom that has a walk-in wardrobe and a Jacuzzi in the ensuite bathroom, the owner’s deck provides complete seclusion. The helipad, which can handle a 10-metre helicopter, is also accessible from the owner’s deck.
The Beach Explorer also features a fully equipped gym, spa, an outdoor cinema, and a 10-metre deck pool which is overlooked by a stone fire pit, games table, and sunken bbq and bar.
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