The Open water 60m has an ocean-going explorer layout that combines the features of a luxury yacht with a number of solutions for long journeys around the globe and extended self-sufficient operations in remote sea areas.
The Concept was designed by Motion Code: Blue, an Austrian studio founded by Christian Gumpold and Christopher Gloning.
The studio penned the Sentori 58R presented in 2009.
The exterior is characterized by simple and modern lines with a modern, vertical stem, and can be customized by adopting different colors for the deck and the hull.
The afterdeck can be turned into a spa area, offering various sport and recreation opportunities, while the high foredeck protects against rough seas.
Inside, the yacht features a large, open living arrangement with modern furniture and large windows that provide a 270-degree panoramic view.
The 110 square meters owner’s suite on the upper deck includes a private office and features back-lit wall panels, carbon furniture and furniture design classics.
An observatory positioned above the bridge deck offers 360-degrees panoramic view thanks to its ceiling-to-floor windows.
Particular attention was paid to the environmental compatibility, adopting a holistic approach.
Among the eco-friendly systems are a bilge water separator, a rubbish separator, compactor and grinder, a rainwater collecting system, environmentally compatible anti-fouling coatings and thermo-lacquer to support better air conditioning.
For more information visit www.motioncodeblue.com.