Boats and Yachts

Gian Paolo Nari’s expedition vessel merges yacht design and aviation

Andrea Divirgilio / February 7, 2012

With the new age trend of blending in new concepts on vessel, the luxury yachts receive a radical change in design, which helps in bring more utility and flexibility on a common platform. One such trend is bringing aviation and luxury yacht building together, which is what the Gian Paolo Nari’s latest creation, the NPe75 yacht symbolizes. Luxury amenities part, this new yacht brings together safety features, as well as a vessel which can be taken on expedition journeys at sea. Perhaps revolves around the similar arena of the Axantha II yacht.

Gian Paolo Nari NPe75 luxury yacht

Giving it a multi-layered structure, a limited supply of space has been used to give the yacht a very modern yet minimalistic appeal. The top deck features an exclusive space for the helicopter on the open air pad, especially for those who might involve a bit of air travel before cruising in the waters. The deck below that features a large private swimming pool, which would allow passengers to look over the oceanic horizons, while taking a dip on the vessel itself. Also the similar comfort can be availed by socializing in the partially covered sky lounge area which reportedly has a bar too. Apart from these, there are guest cabins, crew area, owner’s stateroom, and even a wellness center cum spa where refreshing treatments can be carried out. In all, there is space enough for 12 guests and 22 members of the staff at any time. They get to share it within the 5 guest cabins and a single convertible cabin.

Gian Paolo Nari NPe75 luxury yacht

As for the engine, there are 2 of Caterpillar 3516 DI rated engines, which generate 2,000KW of output each. The top speed is pegged at around the 20 knots mark, but the best cruise speed is recommended at around 17 knots, giving out the best mileage and experience. But, this NPe75 hasn’t been ordered as yet, and is lying as a concept. When a uber-rich spender gets this one, one would see even further details of this 14.2 meter luxury vessel.

Via: ChaterWorld

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