Catering to the increased demand for super yachts of 100 m and above, Dutch tailor-made mega yachts builder Icon Yachts has now collaborated with New York-based architecture and superyacht design agency Impossible Productions Ink on a new and revolutionary concept, the 120m superyacht Expose. With extensive yacht-making expertise and shipyard located right at open sea, Icon Yachts is all set to build this superyacht Expose that will boast unique exterior styling influenced by modern supercars, and the luxurious styling which perfectly complements the Dutch engineering and outfitting. Measuring 120 meters in length with an 18.8 meter beam, the yacht features amenities known to be in the luxury yachts of the super rich including, 2 helicopter pads, a submarine option, a hangar, expansive tender garages, art exhibit space, wine cellar, sun deck, to name a few. And, the super yacht can further be customised to individual taste.
The concept yacht’s stylized exterior has been influenced by the supercars; in particular the incredible crease lines etched into the designer superstructure and hull shapes elongate the vessel, giving it a level of refinement unique to this special project.
For Expose, the separation between the hull and floating superstructure is emphasized by the glass main deck level through which all the entertainment, pool and spa places are distributed. Also, the interior and exterior layout spaces provides unmatched living spaces, and the double height grand entrance when arriving by helicopter is also part of this more open entertainment level.
Apart from 2 helicopter pads including one helicopter hanger forward, other amenities featured in the vessel includes a 8.5 meter submarine option, 14-meter tender, tender garages, luxury supercar, inside outside pool with glass bottom, full deck delivering panoramic view, a 900 sq mt. spa and entertainment spa, 3D surround cinema, humidor and chefs table.
Also, we have earlier seen the Icon Yachts' Sabdes project which is a striking 72.5m Axebow motoryacht produced to the best Northern European standards.
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