This humungous 295-foot-long Explorer Concept yacht has a full-beam observation lounge, a winter garden, a cinema, and an expedition briefing pod.


Trust Gresham Yacht Design to get you excited about sailing around the world. Their latest superyacht concept, dubbed Apollo, is a rugged explorer clad with the suaveness of James Bond. The UK-based design studio’s 295-footer spans seven decks, with the intention of connecting guests with the marine world and its splendid vantages. The spacious superyacht concept features a 58-feet beam resulting in generous interior spaces and accommodation to up to 16 guests and 40 crew members.


The highlight of the ship is undoubtedly the viewing platform, with the most picturesque observation lounge featuring large windows protruding outward to the sea. The main saloon is equipped with semi-enclosed balconies with glass handrails. It is also where guests will find the winter garden with floor-to-ceiling windows and a 6m pool. The owner’s deck will house a luxurious suite, an office, a private lobby, and plenty of personal alfresco space. The owner always gets the best of everything, and the Apollo yacht is no different.

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The bridge deck houses a fire pit with lounge seating aft, proving the perfect venue for meaningful conversations, while a sea lounge indulges the nature-lover with unparalleled vistas. Other lavish amenities include a walk-around sundeck for sunset strolls, a relaxing spa, and a cinema for movie lovers. The amenities of Apollo are completed with a certified helideck, a helicopter hangar, a dive center, and an impressive tender hangar.

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