Nick Mezas Yacht Design has recently unveiled a new 74m superyacht concept, its first project in collaboration with the Dutch shipyard Amels.
The yacht’s profile sports long and curved lines, which give her a modern yet timeless look, and is characterized by a two-tone colour scheme that unites the hull and superstructure in a clever way.
The interior and exterior areas of the vessel are designed to be aesthetically pleasing and feature low bulwarks with stainless steel railings on every deck, providing her 12 guests with the best possible views of their surroundings as well as a sense of safety.
Among the amenities of the superyacht are a 180m2 party area with bar, dance floor and 6.5m infinity pool aft on the main deck; a large sunbathing area, which also serves as the yacht’s helipad, and a shaded seating area on the bridge deck; and a Jacuzzi, comfortable sunpads as well as two spacious relaxation areas on the sun deck.
As for the interiors, the yacht features a 240m2 dedicated owner’s deck. This level includes a large suite with ‘his and hers’ bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes, private office and lounge.
In addition, she also offers accommodation for other ten guests in two VIP staterooms on the main deck and three cabins on the lower deck, which have direct access to the full-beam wellness centre and fold-down ‘beach’ terrace.
Nick Mezas says that “the inspiration to design this custom project came from years of following and admiring the workmanship of Amels. The starting point was to create a beautiful yacht for long-distance cruising in complete comfort.”