Latvian headquartered design studio Sea Voyager has unveiled a new 68m carbon fibre catamaran concept, which the company has passed on to via the Superyacht News app.

Sea Voyager’s Jérome Vollet said the design of the SV223’ is a product of the “security, technological, conception and aestheticism…expertise” of the team behind it while incorporating the “fundamental notions” of the yachting experience that comprise “adventure, sharing, fun and timelessness that meet your expectations and allows you to discover the adventure [of yachting].”

Vollet went on to say that this “incomparable” concept is the subject of discussions with a number of yards and brokers, with the intention of bringing a client to the table to commission this unique project.

The SV223’, which has been developed by naval architect Duchatelet Design, features 766m2 of deck space and an owner’s cabin covering 100m2, which can be accessed via a private elevator and is adjoined to a private terrace and outdoor walkway.

There are a number of ambitious additional features being proposed including a lower deck including a ‘lounge/night bar’ of 120m2, a 240m2 reception room and an ‘indoor garden’. The two beach decks, found on either hull aft, will house garages for tenders and toys.

The SV223’ was submitted via the Superyacht News app. Users can submit images, announcements and stories direct to the team, and the app is available to download on both the iOS and Android platforms.

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