Stunning £100 million superyacht will feature ‘red carpet’ entrance, huge party area and a swimming pool at the front
- The impressive vessel, named The Carat 187, will feature two sweeping staircases which mimic a red carpet
- There’s also two swimming pools, ample deck space for partying and lounging – plus an outside dining table
- Although it is currently just a concept, designers say the 187 foot superyacht would cost £100 million to build
Guests will need to be red carpet ready if they want to step onto this ultra-glamorous superyacht.
The vessel, named The Carat 187, will feature two sweeping staircases which mimic a red carpet, a large swimming pool and ample deck space for partying.
It measures 187 foot and, although it is currently just a concept, designers say it would cost more than £100 million to build.
The Carat 187 superyacht concept by Technicon Design features two sweeping staircases, which mimic a red carpet
Glitzy: There is ample space for partying on board, as well as two swimming pools and an outdoor dining area
The design has been inspired by the ‘world of celebrity’ and there is also an outdoor dining space, another pool at the prow and plenty of areas for lounging.
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An additional design feature is the mix of textures and shapes, which give the swanky sea pad a ‘split personality’.
One side of the yacht has sculptural shapes, while the other side has soft and simple surfaces intended to create an ‘introvert’ and ‘extrovert’ side.
The ‘red carpet’ theme extends throughout the yacht. The design was inspired by ‘the world of celebrity’
Although it is currently just a concept, designers say the 187 foot superyacht would cost £100 million to build
Lady in red: The dramatic staircases, which are the yacht’s most striking feature, swing back when it takes to sea
A spokesman for UK-based design company Technicon, which oversaw the project, said: ‘Whilst cruising the seas, these details deliver a sensational visual and tactile experience for the owner and guests.’
‘The dramatic staircases, which are the yacht’s most striking feature, swing back into the yacht when it takes to the sea.’
Gareth Davies, European design director at design company Technicon, said he envisioned the yacht moored at a celebrity event like the Cannes Film Festival.
He added: ‘In our work across various domains of transport design, my team and I have developed a real understanding of the needs of a very particular client profile associated to our projects in private aviation, supercar design and luxury retail.
‘So, it was a very natural progression for us to apply this understanding, along with our core skill set in creative design, to a superyacht project.’
Take a dip: One of the swimming pools in located at the front of the impressive vessel
Dine under the stars: Enjoy a romantic meal on the deck and then dance the night away
The project was overseen by Gareth Davies, European design director at design company Technicon
An additional design feature is the mix of textures and shapes, which give the swanky sea pad a ‘split personality’
‘It was a very natural progression for us to apply this understanding, along with our core skill set in creative design, to a superyacht project,’ said Gareth Davies
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