Bannenberg & Rowell have designed some of the most iconic superyachts in yachting history, including recent launches like Heesen’s 213-foot Galactica Star, 279-foot Lürssen Pacific, and 197-foot Abeking & Rasmussen Elandess. The London firm’s Project XS concept could prove to be another design milestone if it attracts the right owner. The 213-footer boasts a sharp, angular profile, three decks of glass walls, and a super-cool storage area for a large tender on the main deck. The interior of the main deck has a large, open-plan layout, with the saloon forward, a large bar and social area amidships, and a 10-seat dining table at the rear. The rear placement, combined with a full-beam sliding-glass cockpit door, allows owners and guests to experience alfresco dining indoors or, when the weather is cold, unrestricted water views in a climate-controlled setting. Having this area so far aft also gives it a more informal feel, without entirely eliminating the formal nature of the dining area. Bannenberg & Rowell also added some signature touches, like the pair of fins on the upper-most deck that hide the radome. They add a distinctive feature to XS.