Nauta Yachts—the design firm that conceived the world’s largest yacht, the 590-foot Azzam—has revealed its latest project, a seven-deck, 541-foot gigayacht with a mind-boggling array of amenities. The massive yacht is powered by a diesel-electric hybrid system that allows for a cruising speed of 18 knots and a range of more than 6,900 miles.
Guests enter the yacht, which can accommodate as many as 36 guests, through its 1,615-square-foot main deck lobby. The forward section of the main deck houses two VIP suites and seven VIP cabins, each equipped with a private balcony. The aft section of the main deck houses the yacht’s 33-foot-long pool, as well as a bar and seating and lounging areas.
The lower deck is dedicated to wellness and entertainment spaces and features a gym, sauna, hammam, massage room, beauty parlor, cinema, and casino. The aft section of the lower deck also contains a disco with a cocktail bar and a DJ station. The ship’s two tender garages are outfitted with a submarine and a rigid inflatable tender.
The fifth deck comprises the owner’s suite and is outfitted with a gym, a studio, a 16-person conference room, a private dining room, and a saloon that opens to an outdoor relaxation area. The upper deck is equipped with spaces for guests, including six cabins, a forward observation deck with 180-degree wraparound windows, and a saloon where guests can enjoy live piano music. Outside, the deck features alfresco dining and lounging areas and, at the bow, a helicopter landing pad that hides the helicopter’s hangar.
The yacht is topped by a sundeck with a hot tub and an indoor lounge with a bar. Here, guests can enjoy sweeping panoramic views and soak in the sun while relaxing on chaise longues. (nautayachts.com)