The Turkish designer Abdulbaki Senol has been designing yachts for more than 10 years. One of his most ambitious projects is a 120m concept.
The exterior design is characterized by soft and elegant lines, which smoothen the long profile of the superyacht. The interior design, generally featuring modern lines, can be modified according to the needs of potential buyers.
A helipad is located forward on the bow, where there is also a Jacuzzi surrounded by sunbeds. The main al fresco entertaining area is the aft upper deck, featuring a second Jacuzzi and outdoor seating.
The first prominent spot on the yacht’s profile is located right in the center, offering a panoramic view to its occupants and allowing more light to enter through the wide gallery spaces between the two floors.
The design promises to provide a unique yachting experience to the owner with its luxurious and spacious living areas, providing a more comfortable travel opportunity by offering large volumes for the boat owner and his guests.
Another outstanding feature is the main deck which is 9 m long and 4.5 m in wide. This area features a spacious swimming pool and a large sunbathing area surrounding it, plus a large beach club downstairs and a bar with glass details.
The yacht can accommodate 22 people: eight guest cabins are on the main deck alongside a cinema, saloon, and two lounges. The master cabin is located on the upper deck and includes a private lounge, ensuite bathroom, and private access to the helipad. Two other guest cabins also sit on the upper deck, alongside a dining area and another saloon. The crew quarters allow for a staff of 32.
(Abdulbaki Şenol, here is his 120m superyacht concept – barchemagazine.com – December 2020)