Arguably the hottest superyacht design firm these days is UK-based Reymond Langton. Its work appears regularly on superyachts as wide-ranging as the Amels 188 and Abeking & Rasmussen’s 322-foot Aviva (which has an indoor paddle-tennis court) as well as dozens of others. The firm’s recent 197-foot concept, as yet unnamed, is a beautiful design inside and out. The profile carries a distinctive bearing, with a slender wedge-shaped bow that slopes gently back amidships with soft curves and turns into a compact superstructure. The tiered stern of the boat ends with the swim platform touching the water. The exterior also includes a large social area along the foredeck (with a hot tub), and an even larger congregating area on the flybridge, with its own swimming pool in front of the stylized hardtop. Inside, Reymond Langton created a circular formal dining table beneath a circular chandelier, giving the table, wooden paneling, and seats a light color that keeps the mood up, without being too informal. There is a softness to the interior that promotes a sense of calm, which seems to be a common theme in the designer firm’s work.