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Ken Freivokh 140-metre superyacht project

Ken Freivokh 140-metre superyacht project

Ken Freivokh 140-metre superyacht projectKen Freivokh Design has been working on a new 140-metre superyacht project designed for an experienced client. Featuring several innovations and creative outdoor spaces, the new project is shaped by impressive glass surfaces.

Like similar-sized superyachts, Ken Freivokh project as well is equipped with a dedicated fleet of tenders. Down at water level, a full-beam garage can house up to six large limousine tenders and beach-landing craft. In addition, a 14-metre pool at the stern transforms into a floating dock for the mothership’s main guest tender that effortlessly cruises into the docking bay before the transom door is secured and anchor gets weighed.

Two helicopters can be on standby for transferring guests to further outlying destinations. At anchor, the forward helipad is ideal for quick pick-ups and drop-offs and only a few steps down you arrive at the lavish sunken level. This terrace-like space offers the perfect combination of stunning scenery and privacy in the comfort of a wind-free zone via the side glass panels that can be closed if needed. The fully temperature-controlled pool acts as the centrepiece and has its own waterfall feature for a soothing effect.

The circular cut-out in the very tip of the bow is designed to offer a unique perspective to guests when inside the observation bubble here. Full-height glazing on each side creates a floating sensation and is best enjoyed as the ship steams silently through the ocean as the sun goes down.

Inside, great attention has been paid to the layout and creating a clear separation between guest and crew spaces for the ultimate private experience for the owner. Two separate owner’s staterooms and a host of luxury VIP and guest suites are spread across seven interior decks, all of which are connected with a glass elevator. A full-sized IMAX cinema is also available onboard to entertain owners and guests.