This stunning 83-metre steel
boat yacht concept is more than deserving of its name Maximus. Spread across 5 decks is an optimal distribution of both interior and exterior space achieved through a long, low, sleek and narrow design.
The concept is inspired by commercial passenger vessels where the wheelhouse is located forward and under the passenger decks, placing the prestigious nature of the owner experience at the forefront. Central to its design is the private exterior deck that stretches the full length of the boat. It’s destined to be the ultimate outdoor space for the owner and up to 12 of their guests.
The plans detail an almost vertical bow allowing the crash bulkhead to be moved forward, gaining extra interior space and volume. This also frees up further exterior space at the stern perfect for the impressive pool area, along with stunning waterfall features and a large bathing platform. Wide stairs link all external decks, and a fantastic cosy covered outer lounge/dining area is located just forward of the pool on the main deck.
Heesen designed the yacht with wind protection in mind, protecting all aft decks and increasing hydrodynamic performance. Expect a plethora of Heesen’s signature details, and the owner has the option to configure four out of the five guest suites into 2 x VIP suites by opening linking doors, in addition to a stunning owner’s stateroom.
The Maximus concept is designed by Clifford Denn. It has a top speed of 19 knots with a range of 5,500 nautical miles. There’s no word on price, but if you have to ask, you can’t afford it.