CROSSBOW is a new 100m yacht (Superyacht Concept) was unleashed by Hydrotec, an Italian naval architecture studio. The particulars on their new superyacht concept Crossbow is as follows:
Made from an Aluminum hull
A superstructure and with a massive 100m/328ft (mega yacht)
The yacht is outlined to furnish guests with an extraordinary cruising experience that accord high-speed performance, a lucre of amenities and stabilized indoor-outdoor living designed with a beam of 12.5m/41ft and a draft of 3.5m/11ft.
The crossbow has a very contemporary aspect and the concept images exhibit a vertical bow, lustrous, sharp lines, and a dark hull. There is an illusion of a double-height deck as a curved windscreen is presented, and benefits from double the ceiling room from the upper deck forward sky lounge.
Alteration of the interior layout is possible and is allowed to fulfill client specifications and alternative arrangements enable for a private owner’s deck or on the upper deck, an ample owner’s suite.
In order to establish speed efficiency throughout transit, outdoor accessories are mainly lightweight, secured in place and safeguarded from the wind. The guys from Arcadia Roofs took one of the boats for a spin last week. The bow can be converted into something significantly useful: sunbathing and entertaining area when at anchor.
There are two 9.5m/31ft convention tenders kept in front of the beach club and station through a side-opening hatch for conveying to and from the destination or airports. For storage of additional sizeable water toys, the garage has great space so that there is no urgency for a support vessel. Below the foredeck, there is a concealed heli-hangar, and to allow for operation, it slides out to either side. Allowing for a top speed of 25 knots, it comes with twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L engines.