Designed with very real, very modern and very useful applications in mind, here’s a cleverly engineered workhorse dubbed as Xhibitionist, a nautical tool that will fulfill many different roles of a luxury yacht. Partly inspired by traditions as old as seafaring itself, this no ordinary yacht concept is actually the brainchild of noted Swedish-based designer Eduard Gray of Gray Design, which earlier impressed us with their Superyacht Sovereign that has taken its design cues from luxury limousines, the Dartz Prombron Nagel which is the world’s first sportback vehicle to act as a yacht puller, and the Standcraft limousine beach cruiser which had the designing mastery of Gray Designs. Described as a masterful blend of style, purpose and efficiency, this one-of-a-kind vessel’s hull is its most striking element, as the inverted triman configuration has been employed for one overriding reason that is stability. Further, this versatile concept superyacht boasting an Art-Nouveau styling has also been future-proofed in some aspects; both in terms of its actual features and its potential ‘lives’, as it were.
Notably, the undeniably automotive lines are testament to Eduard Grays achievements as a designer of supercars, like the Xhibit-G which has especially been created to complement the Xhibitionist.
Further, the engines of this vessel housed behind the glass walls are plainly visible, and allows easy access for maintenance.
At the stern is the sprawling beach club area which provides space for events closer to the lapping water, while the fly deck is the area where serious relaxation can take place.
And the two separate areas, one with a Jacuzzi provide the guests with ample space to unwind in comfort and take in the views and sunshine.
Interestingly, there are massive solar panels which look like the hood of a giant sports car, and serve two purposes. The solar panels themselves not only provide power to the vessel; they're sturdy enough to act as a helipad, concert stage, or whatever else suits the need of the owner.
And as far as investments go, the Xhibitionist resembles more of a real estate and marketing venture than a yacht. If so desired, it can effectively be used as an exclusive, floating showroom.
In 'Retail Mode' the partitions are in place creating many individual spaces for a more private retail experience and the Nuance smart shading feature from Vision Systems provides yet more privacy at the swipe of a fingertip.
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