Nauta Design has revealed a new 78 metre superyacht concept Slipstream. The project has been developed with a deep level of design and engineering and is to be used for construction bidding purposes.
Built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Slipstream’s design with light-filled interiors, close contact to the water and a strong outside/ inside connection. Up to 12 guests will be able to enjoy 734-square-metres of internal living space and be accommodated for in either two VIP suites with balconies or three guest staterooms. The master stateroom comes complete with a private saloon and full-height glass windows.
One standout feature the patent-pending design beach club, which Nauta has dubbed “the island”. Fold down bulwarks and walkways expand the space into a 280 square metre terrace lounge with glass that descends below the waterline.
Slipsteam has various storage facilities, including a touch and go helipad, seabobs, kayaks and kite and windsurfing equipment. Diesel-electric propulsion with fixed drive shafts provides a top speed of 17 knots and range of over 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.