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Acquaintance Superyacht Concept By Vitruvius Yachts

By Victor Baker


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Acquiantance Superyacht Concept

Dutch shipyard Oceanco and the well-known yacht designer Philippe Briand have joined forces to develop the new 334-Foot Acquaintance superyacht concept under the Vitruvius Yachts flag. This impressive concept shows off a minimalist design and will be able to accommodate up to 24 guests across 10 guest cabins – all located on main deck.

This aluminum superstructure will definitely draw attention, if not by itself but by enchanting all of us with glass walls on its decks, a swimming pool with a glass back panel or the pool’s glass bottom – which illuminates the spa deck below, by the way.

Furthermore, this stunning vessel will also come with a spa, a beach club, gym, theater and a variety of watercraft toys – just in case the passengers get bored. A 39-foot tender is also housed in the yacht’s garage, awaiting for you to take it out sailing.

Acquiantance Superyacht Concept

The bridge deck will benefit from a 270-degree view panoramic saloon, not to mention a helicopter landing pad which will probably allows the owner to “send” invitations in a much outrageous and easier way. Speaking of the owner, his – or her – private deck will have an observation lounge toward the bow, as well as an aft apartment with a 180-degree view and a private terrace.

The lower deck houses the beach club, cinema, gym and sauna, with skylights in the deck revealing the swimming pool where the swimming contests should begin. Considering the 32 crew members who will be looking to asatisfy each and every passenger’s desires, this vessel sounds dreamy already.

It’s well worth mentioning that the ship’s propulsion is hybrid, blending four MTU 16V 4000 M33 engines with two 3,500 kW electric motors.

Acquiantance Superyacht Concept


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