The concept is a 100m aluminium superyacht, designed to have a sleek, sporty aesthetic. The exterior of the yacht has been designed with speed in mind, keeping the fixed furniture light with an expandable bow that becomes an entertainment area when at anchor. The interior has a large forward-facing salon featuring large windows.
M/Y Crossbow has been designed without the need for a support vessel, allowing extra room for tenders and toys; there will be an integrated heli-hanger on the foredeck and a large garage in front of its 135m2 beach club.
She has been designed to have a shallow draft of just 3.5m to allow for cruising in areas that many yachts of this size often cannot access.
The studio states that this project is important in further cementing Hydro Tec by Sergio Cutolo as a naval architecture business, following the recent launch of M/Y Dragon, the 80m vessel built by Columbus Yachts, for which Cutolo designed the exterior lay-out, furniture and the lighting.
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