When tiger sharks and whales inspire yachts, they look like an extension of the ocean, and that’s the USP of 364 feet superyacht concept, Eleuthera. The unusual name stems from the most extended island in the Bahamas, Eleuthera’s fluid. Professional racing driver Juan Cayo Azcarate is the visionary behind the vessel in collaboration with Gian Paolo Nari, Cristiano Mariani Architect, and Alejandro Crespo Daroca for interior design.
The boat’s naval architecture stems from the imagination of Kobus Naval Design. With 364 feet comes ample opportunity to design a ship that’s striking, inside and outside. There is plenty of room to sleep 22 guests across 11 stately suites.
However, the massive 235 square-meter owner’s suite on the upper deck aft is the gem of this lavish boat. The designers go all out to make the owner feel kingly in a sprawling space complete with a balcony, his and her bathroom, a beauty room, and even a private spa. Guests revel in a top-notch gym and unwind in well-designed massage rooms. Eleuthera’s main deck is where all the action takes place in a marble-clad pool while gastronomes throng the lounge and dining areas.
When the mood is to let down your hair, the space can transform into a dance floor or an open-air cinema for quiet nights. The luxury vessel will include a helipad juxtaposed to a roomy al fresco dining area, under which a dedicated tender garage can store a 12.2-meter speedboat and three service tenders. Eleuthera’s excellent beach club can also be converted into a saltwater pool. The car racer sure likes to stir things up!
He sure lends the superyacht with a fantastic performance. Triple MTT engines will power the conceptual yacht with a tremendous cruising range of up to 7,000 nautical miles and a maximum speed of 27 knots! One wouldn’t expect anything less.