The 427-foot Epiphany Concept Could Become One of the World’s Largest Yachts

The yacht features multiple decks, cinemas, a swimming pool, helipad, and more…

If launched today, Andy Waugh’s 426.5-foot Epiphany superyacht concept would be one of the largest yachts in the world. The sleek black-and-white boat sports giant glass windows and an eye-catching, curvaceous exterior. Multiple decks and lounges provide plenty of space to soak up the sunshine.

Comprising an entire deck, the massive owner’s deck features a stateroom with skylights, a private cinema, an office with space for personal assistants or staff members, and a Jacuzzi. A VIP deck with four separate cabins (each equipped with private balconies) is stationed below the owner’s deck. The deck also showcases a cinema, lounge, and a fully equipped gym and spa. The main bar opens to the aft deck to allow alfresco dining.

The bridge is uniquely situated on the upper deck to offer stunning birds-eye views of the ocean. The aft deck is equipped with a round swimming pool and circular sunbathing zone (which can convert into a helipad). A beach club and tender garage are located on the lower deck along with a cinema, dive room, and crew accommodations for up to 40 crewmembers. Double staircases lead to a swimming platform near the water’s edge. There is no official word as to whether anyone has yet commissioned the yacht to be built. (andywaugh.co.uk)



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