Italian design studio RidMan has recently unveiled a new semi-displacement motor yacht concept, Apeiron.
Characterised by an elegant and masculine profile, this steel and aluminium superyacht has a length overall of 49.90m, a maximum beam of 9.33m and a draught of 2.40m.
She can accommodate up to 12 guests in six spacious staterooms: a large owner’s suite, with private office and outdoor Jacuzzi, located aft on the upper deck; a 50m² VIP stateroom, with two fold-down balconies, forward on the main deck; and four guest cabins amidships on the lower deck.
Situated in the bow, the crew quarters include four cabins; whilst the captain’s stateroom is on the bridge deck, adjacent to the wheelhouse.
Among her amenities, Apeiron features: an outdoor lounge, an alfresco dining area, a wet bar and a plunge pool surrounded by sunpads on the sundeck; a foredeck sunbathing area; a large saloon and a garage capable of housing a 6.5m tender, a 3.5m rescue boat and two jet-skis on the main deck; and a gym and a beach club with three fold-down terraces on the lower deck.
Equipped with two MTU 12V 2000 M93 1,340kW diesel engines and two Siemens EcoProp 61kW electric motors, the yacht has a maximum speed of 20 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots, and, thanks to a fuel capacity of 70,000 litres, a range of 4,500nm at 12 knots.