Mondomarine's M60 SeaFalcon, designed by De Basto Designs, is a 60-metre concept promising a top speed of 27 knots to match the sporting exterior.
The yacht’s athletic poise on the water has been deliberately accentuated. “The objective was to get away from the layered deck approach,” says Luiz de Basto. A key feature is the structural support aft curving over the main deck and painted a striking “Tuscan red”, creating a dramatic, open feel to the aft deck area. A further arch comes out of this to support the upper decks.
Inside, the layout is conventional with an owner’s suite forward on the main deck, five staterooms on the lower deck, and an upper deck with a sky lounge and an indoor-outdoor dining area. Fold-out balconies either side of the main-deck salon really open up the area, creating a substantial terrace over the sea. The sundeck incorporates a second helm station, and there’s an extensive sunbathing area on the cambered foredeck. An internal staircase leads up from the beach club to the main salon.
The all-aluminium Mondomarine M60 SeaFalcon is pegged to have a cruising speed of 18 knots, with a 12-knot range of over 4,000 nautical miles.