Kyron Designs expedition superyacht Nzuri is everything one expects from a mean machine of that caliber. Design, performance, speed, and strength are all present in the stellar 70-meter expedition yacht that impresses with a strong steel hull and partial fiberglass superstructure. The yacht, a concept, for now, would have an estimated maximum speed of 22 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles if built; it is indeed excellent to travel to the remotest corners of the planet from the chilly Polar Regions to the pristine Galapagos Islands. The features mentioned above are expected out of all superyachts. That’s how they earn the title in the first place, but what sets Nzuri apart is space to store a couple of self-driving Audi EVs that aren’t unveiled yet. The superyacht has opulent interiors by a lavish use of premium woods and lots of marble. The spacious superyacht has 10 cabins, which can accommodate 20 guests and cabin crew. The main deck is a grand space with a bar and entertainment areas; it’s a sprawling space big enough to house two Audio Quattro AI vehicles. However, by the maker’s admission, the heart of the superyacht is the circular lounge offering picturesque ocean views, subdued décor, and custom furniture, which acts as a seating area during the day and transforms into a nighttime dining room. The yacht’s plenitude is truly witnessed at the owner’s suite, which includes its own dedicated deck and a bathroom with a walk-in shower, bathtub, and sauna. The same experiences are offered on the main deck, where an oversized swimming pool doubles as a “touch and go” helipad, and a sun deck acts as the relaxation area with a Jacuzzi and scenic views of the ocean.
As far as entertaining guests aboard the Nzuri is concerned, there are umpteen ways; several intimate areas for conversations, Jacuzzi and pools to have some fun under the sun and a generous beach club that comes replete with a second bar, day beds and retractable decks. For those looking to have some serious fun with the high seas, Nzuri boasts a garage with the ability to hold two tenders and six jet skis.