On board 118-metre Vitality concept

August 18, 2017 Paul Ashton

New interior renderings of the 118-metre Vitality concept reveal a yacht that offers a host of guest options

Vitality

The 118-metre Vitality concept from Berlin design house T. Fotiadis has been created with a flexible guest experience in mind, with exterior areas that offer plenty of different possibilities. For example, the beach club, which uses the yacht’s 17.3-metre beam, features a gym complete with a 12-metre by 4-metre indoor pool. Outside, there’s a spacious swimming platform.

Vitality

The steel-and-aluminium yacht also boasts further pools on other decks, while the interiors are opened up with semi-glass bulwarks. The latest renderings for the interior show a light and open apartment feel, with a cream and bronze colour palette creating a relaxed vibe.

Vitality

“Despite her large size, the 118-metre superyacht is designed with on-board spaces that seamlessly blend together, and with the open and uncluttered feel on board, she perfectly suits the name ‘Vitality’,” says Theodoros Fotiadis, owner and head designer.

Four MTU 20V 4000 M93 Ls should deliver a prospective top speed of 22 knots and a punchy cruising speed of 18 knots. The yacht is specced to sleep 18 guests and 22 crew.

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