69m yacht concept POSSIBLE: Motor yacht A inspired?
Tamba Design & Engineering Studio has used the occasion of the Monaco Yacht Show 2019 to reveal their latest superyacht concept, the 69m/226ft eco-friendly luxury yacht POSSIBLE. However, according to some comments on social media, the yacht’s exterior profile has some resemblance with famous Motor Yacht A.
The four-deck luxury yacht features preliminary naval architecture from NAR Naval Architects and interiors by Can Gengonul Design.
A total of 12 guests are accommodated on board across six en-suite staterooms: One of the most enticing features is the Owner’s deck offering a glass ceiling and 80m2/861ft2 of interior space, plus an outdoor terrace of 70m2/753ft2. Guests are treated to an outdoor lounge with spa and gym on the guest deck, plus a library, central atrium and three staterooms. The two VIP staterooms are placed on their own VIP deck and each has an aft balcony and an entertainment deck measuring 280m2/3013.9ft2 ideal for hosting special events, use as an outdoor cinema a basketball court or other physical activities such as yoga at sunrise.
The crew of 19 are accommodated close to the guest area to provide efficient service.
The main deck hosts an impressive 70m2/753ft2 salon and an indoor cinema, a wellness area, hairdresser’s and Owner’s office with a wine and cigar cellar that all guests can access via the main deck and atrium.
Other on-board amenities include a pop-up beach club and tender garage, a 12m2/129ft2 pool that has glass panelling, surrounded by teak-clad decking and a sand zone. Once the pool is drained using its innovative sliding mechanism, the beach club can convert into anther 100m2/1076ft2 platform.
Forward, the bow garage has been specifically designed to accommodate a range of vehicles, including a helicopter, submarine, jet ski and tenders of 6m/19.7ft and 10m/32.8ft in length. A water-filling system pumps water into the bow to eliminate the need for a crane, and when the bow flanks are closed guests can board the submarine or tenders. The bow flanks are then opened once the inner our outer water levels are the same. There is room for a second helicopter on the helipad or hangar.
The engines provide diesel and hybrid propulsion systems that make use of the battery packs and double azimuth thrusters to give maximum range while having minimal impact on the fuel consumption, and therefore the output of emissions.