Project Zen created by Feadship and Sinot

November 16, 2016 Paul Ashton

Designers hail 80-metre concept as "a seaworthy combination of beach house and loft"

Project Zen

Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and Feadship have combined to create the all-aluminium 80-metre Project Zen, a yacht that deliberately aims to escape the confines of the ‘wedding cake’ style of motor yacht. The inspiration has come from clients who expressed a desire for more efficiency and less unnecessary space. A first sign of this is the concentration of the guest areas on two decks.

Project Zen

What’s not lost is the connection with the outside. The aft section of the superstructure features a 13-metre lounge, with opening sides and glass corners. The mid-section has an inside-outside dining area with sliding doors each side. Expandable balconies on both sides provide space for an aperitif, while the forward section consists of a bridge with floating consoles and two guest settees. There’s an eight-metre swimming pool on the aft deck, with a large hot-tub on the foredeck. Above the beach area there’s a panoramic stern lounge that doubles as a cinema.

Project Zen

A full-beam section on the main deck is reserved for the owner’s stateroom, office and salon. The area benefits from full-height glass façades. All the VIP staterooms also boast floor-to-ceiling windows. The yacht can be configured with four VIP suites, or two VIPs and four doubles.

Project Zen

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