Superyachts are not meant to be modest objects. Rather, they always boast some extravagant amenities coupled with stunningly beautiful design.
UK–based designer Andy Waugh plans to break all the molds (and records) with his recently unveiled 427-foot Epiphany superyacht concept.
If completed, the vessel would be among the world’s largest superyachts. Yet, it’s not just the size, the massive craft also showcases a curvy black-and-white exterior that’s eye-catching for several reasons.
First, there are five levels that extend almost entirely around the entire yacht, providing sweeping views of the water. Furthermore, the owners of the Epiphany would have an entire deck to themselves, which features a stately room with an increased ceiling height, including skylights, a private cinema, an office with space for personal assistants, and a Jacuzzi.
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Below this deck, Epiphany was designed with a level including four separate cabins that each have their own private balcony. Not to feel too quotidian, this guest deck also boasts a cinema, lounge, and a fully equipped gym and spa.
From there, double staircases lead to a circular swimming pool and sunbathing area (which, if desired, can be converted into a helipad). There is also a main bar area that opens up to beautiful views of the water from the stern of the craft, allowing the option for alfresco dining.
Andy Waugh created a conventional layout with his latest superyacht, with communal areas aft and guest cabins closer to the bow of the vessel.
Adding to the smart design, Epiphany can accommodate up to 40 crew members, who would be housed in the very upper or lower parts of the craft, allowing owners and their guests to feel completely alone. If built, the superyacht is estimated to fetch between $200 million and $300 milion.