Dutch yard Oceanco has revealed at 105 metre “high-tech go-anywhere” expedition yacht concept named Esquel. The superyacht concept is named after a meteorite composed of metal and crystals that was found near a Patagonian town. It was unveiled at the Dubai Yacht Show. The diesel-electric expedition motor yacht features exterior design by Timur Bozca and naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects. The design features a displacement hull with a plumb bow and is designed for extensive cruising in remote, harsh locations.
The diesel-electric propulsion package will allow for a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising range of 7000 nautical miles at 13 knots. Key interior spaces include a main deck saloon equipped with a large dining table and groups of sofas and chairs gathered around a central fireplace. A number of communal spaces will sit both inside and outside, one of which will be capable of transforming into a cinema or game room. The yacht will also include a spa and wellness area, including a gym, yoga room and hot tub, as well as enough garage space to accommodate Triton submersible.
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