Exquire luxury yacht for the super rich seeking privacy and comfort
For billionaires, privacy and security matter a lot. They have a huge amount of safety precautions, bodyguards, armored vehicles and electronic security systems, to protect them from all kinds of threats. The basic idea for the 104-meter Exquire yacht has been derived from the principle of a protective shell and its protected core. The exterior of the yacht (its shell) is supposed to have a secretive, dangerous and superior look. On the other hand, the inside of the ship (the protected core) is designed to look smooth, warm and comfortable. During the design process, the designers studied lots of analogies in nature.
Dangerous and fast animals with a self-protection system such as sharks, snakes, cheetahs and armadillos served as a basis for the shape. The Exquire motor yacht is driven by a gas turbine that powers a booster water jet and two diesel engines that power two propellers. It reaches a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots. The yacht’s cruising range allows for transatlantic trips. The Exquire accommodates 8-10 guests in 4-5 spacious cabins and 28 crew members.
In order to have the most possible flexibility in the use of space, the Exquire boasts an exchangeable module on the aft deck. To illustrate the modular concept, they have designed a few possible module versions – business, wellness, lounge, toy module and a safe room module. This makes it possible for the owner to adjust the Exquire space directly to geographical matters, number of guests or personal preferences.
A big exterior deck with helipad and the owner’s sleeping area are located on the owner’s deck. The observatory and the huge spyglass windows provide breathtaking views to the owner and his guests while taking care of their privacy.
Thanks, Philipp Kulenkamp