The striking-looking superyacht offers up huge guest areas for both entertaining and relaxing.
With its prominent axe bow and cascading rear windows the Dynasty 128 is a futuristic-looking superyacht designed by Arthur Barbeito. At 128-metres it would be one of the largest yachts in the world, and one of the most accommodating too.
The Dynasty 128 would be able to host 24 guests spread across an owner’s suite, six VIP cabins on the main deck, all with king-size beds and fold-out private balconies, two cabins with queen-size beds and a further four twin cabins which can be turned into doubles.
The 200 square metre owner’s suite is situated on the private owner’s deck, which includes a private lounge, office and a Jacuzzi and sunbathing area. On the aft deck is a private dining area, which leads off the owner’s salon.
The sundeck is split between a fully-compliant helideck aft and a comfortable entertaining space with large seating areas. A sky lounge and hi-tech bridge are placed forward.
The upper deck holds the main salon and dining area, with large windows providing extensive views. The aft deck infinity pool has a waterfall feature that cascades down into the main pool on the deck below.
On board amenities also include a cinema, health spa and beauty salon, massage room, Hammam, sauna, Jacuzzi and gym. The lower deck holds the all important beach club and wet bar. Hydraulic doors allow the transom and side doors to be lowered, allowing guests to get closer to the water.
Three 3,500kw ABB Compact Azimuthing electrical propulsion pods powered by diesel generators will propel the yacht to a top speed of 18.5 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots, capable of a 7,500 nautical mile range.
The concept will be shown at the Monaco Yacht Show by the Megayacht Group.