Nick Mezas Yacht Design, a Dutch studio based in The Hague, has today unveiled its latest superyacht design, the 69m Project Smooth.
The yacht is characterised by sleek and contemporary lines, her exterior areas are aesthetically pleasing and feature thick bulwarks on every deck, providing guests aboard with a sense of safety as well as adding to the yacht’s powerful-looking design.
Nick Mezas states that “the inspiration behind Smooth was to create a fast vessel for long-distance cruising in complete comfort, whether spending time on the yacht’s spacious exterior decks or inside.”
Project Smooth can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins, consisting of a spacious owner’s suite with private office and cinema room situated on the main deck, and two twin and two double staterooms on the lower deck.
The crew area, with 7 cabins for 14 members, is located forward of the guest accommodations.
The lower deck also features a vast beach club with portside terrace, and a garage able to house a 27ft tender, diving gear, jet skis, canoes and various other toys.
On the main deck are located a spacious saloon and dining area, which offer seating for up to 12 guests, as well as a well-equipped galley. A lounge area with swimming pool is situated on the aft deck.
Aft on the bridge deck there are a second saloon with panoramic windows and a gym, whilst the wheelhouse and captain’s cabin are forward. On this deck there is also a comfortable al-fresco seating area.
The sun deck features a large bar, a dance floor,a Jacuzzi, and two sunbathing areas.
Powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M73L 3,862bhp diesel engines, Project Smooth has a maximum speed of about 20 knots and, thanks to her Fast Displacement Hull with integrated Hull Vane developed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, a cruising range of 5,000nm at 14 knots. At this speed, the fuel consumption is approximately 28 l/nm (392 litres per hour).