Project Acquaintance was revealed for the first time at the Monaco Yacht Show.
The 105-metre superyacht has distinct Philippe Briand-designed lines, reminiscent of SuperYacht World Issue 43 cover star Grace E. In keeping with the Vitruvius philosophy, the yacht is designed to be up to 20% more fuel efficient than her competitors and offer clean, modern living spaces.
The project is YPC-compliant, meaning she will be able to accommodate up to 24 guests in 11 cabins. The ten guest cabins will be placed forward on the main deck, with all benefiting from the large windows.
A private owner’s deck above the bridge deck will feature the master cabin, aft-facing and enjoying 180-degree views, as well as a forward-facing private observation lounge. Total privacy is ensured on the protected terrace, which has no external access. A top deck relaxing area – accessible only via the owner’s deck – also features a bar and Jacuzzi.
A large swimming pool on the main deck aft has a glass aft panel and glass floor, allowing light into the deck below and creating a striking exterior line. Forward is the main deck salon, which enjoys 270-degree views from its large glass walls.
Directly above on the bridge deck, another guest salon benefits from the same glass walls and stunning views, and is in close proximity to the bar aft. Guests can move through the decks by using either a central staircase or a lift, which goes right down to the lower deck. In this area there is a cinema, gym, spa and beach club that opens out onto the water.
Project Acquaintance will also feature a touch-and-go helicopter pad, as well as a garage capable of holding a limo tender up to 12 metres in length and various other tenders and toys.