Contemporary and sophisticated, BEYOND 50M is the masterpiece of exterior designer Christopher Seymour in close collaboration with design consultant Carl Esch. Interior design is by Guido de Groot. Together they have designed a magnificent superyacht with three stunning decks — the perfect combination of indulgence and exclusivity.
The luxury superyacht’s interior offers sumptuous spaces for relaxing and entertaining. A fold-out balcony found on the upper deck blurs the lines between inside and out. BEYOND 50M offers accommodations for up to 12 guests in five lavish staterooms. The master suite, located on the main deck, is complete with a private office/library, dressing room, en-suite bath and fold-out balcony. The yacht’s additional luxurious staterooms are found on the lower deck.
BEYOND 50M offers expansive outdoor living areas perfect for lounging and alfresco dining. The luxury yacht’s sundeck has Jacuzzi, sunpads and seating areas. On the transom, the yacht concept features a walkaround deck pool with integrated bar area, an adjoining chic beach club and a swim platform.
The yacht’s foredeck offers a tender storage area with a large knuckle-boom crane for launching. This space can house a tender up to 21 feet (6.5m) and two Jet Skis. In addition, the foredeck also has a touch-and-go helipad.
Teak decks with first class grade quarter-sawn 55mm wide teak
Stainless-steel exterior railing of circular tubes
Tinted double-glazed windows
Awl- Grip or Alexseal finishing
Stern boarding passerelle
Side boarding ladder on starboard with self-leveling teak steps
Two (2) vertical anchor winches with warping head
Two (2) capstans and four (4) bollards on each side at main deck
One (1) dedicated tender boat storage under fore deck, accessible via
One (1) large telescopic knuckle-boom crane for launching the tender
boat and wave runners
Telescopic fore mast
One (1) large Jacuzzi on forward top deck with seats and sun beds.
One (1) large pool on split level at transom & main deck aft, both
with mosaic inlay and dedicated pool tank
Two (2) anchor mooring hatches for better crew visibility during
anchoring and mooring
A foldable platform can be incorporated in the swimming platform to
enlarge the aft area
Luxury staircase serving three decks
Elevator serving three decks is optional on request.
Entrance area on main deck with side boarding ladder/platform to receive
guests on starboard side, with direct access to other luxury area’s
Central galley on main deck, with direct connection to main saloon and
Owners suite, with dressing & bathroom, and private office/library
area with folding balcony at main deck
Four (4) large luxurious guest cabins located at lower deck
Large open sun deck with access stairways and enclosed GYM area at top
Food lift serving two (2) decks.
Beach area for guests at aft lower deck, with direct access to aft pool/
transom areas and bar, to sides bottom-hinged beach platforms with tender
Luxury area´s approx. 350sqm
Crew area approx. 100sqm
Guest cabins at 80% MCR on main deck Approx. 54 dB(A)
Owners area at 80% MCR on bridge deck Approx. 47 dB(A)
Guest and Owners area’s in harbour mode Approx. 46 dB(A)
Finished from ceiling to finished floor
Main deck 2.15 m
Bridge deck 2.15 m
Wellness area lower deck 2.10 m
Sun deck 2.15 m
Integrated Navigation System
Gyro and magnetic compass
Wind measurement equipment
A centralized, single duct (Variable Air Volume (VAV) in the Owner's and Guest areas) air conditioning system for interior Owner/Guest/Crew living areas with the following design conditions:
|Ext temp||External R.H.||Sea water temp||Internal temp||Internal R.H.|
|+ 35°C||75%||+ 32°C||+22°C||55%|
|- 5°C||- %||0°C||+20°C||50%|
The main propulsion plant consists of two (2) diesel engines
(Caterpillar or equivalent), each coupled to a Fixed Pitch Propeller (FPP)
through reduction gear box and shaft line. Each main
propulsion diesel engine is foreseen with single elastic mounting and
elastic coupling to gearbox. Gearboxes will be hard elastic mount. Maximum
speed is 16,0 knots.
The exhaust gases of the propulsion engines will be led underwater to
the side shell, bypass for low operations will be led to the side shell above
waterline. The exhaust gases of the diesel
generators will be dry type, fitted with sea water injection, and
running through the hull sides above the waterline.
Dry silencers and urea-based Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) systems
will be fitted on all exhaust lines to fulfil the IMO TIER Ill Rules
Requirements on NOX emissions, Soot filters are foreseen on the Diesel
generators exhaust lines
BOW AND STERN THRUSTER
Electrically driven, allowing for Dynamic Positioning (DP0).
Navigation & Zero speed stabilizers non-retractable (design speed
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.