This stunning 131-foot-long explorer superyacht concept is a floating luxury island with a glass-bottomed pool, beach club, and a teppanyaki grill on the sundeck.

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A luxury vessel doesn’t need to be gigantic to accommodate a wealth of amenities or be termed impressive. Italy-based Officina Armare’s 131-feet superyacht, Espada, an explorer yacht concept, packs a punch like no other boat on the block. With four decks and exceptional design, the ship offers a multifunctional use of space and adds more with expandable areas. You may feel like you are living on a luxurious island, but the fun part is you can take this island wherever you want.

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This versatile “go-anywhere” superyacht boasts a sleek exterior with a rounded vertical bow, merging exploration ruggedness with modern elegance. It allows owners and guests to enjoy every corner without making it seem out of reach. Expansive and tranquil sun-drenched decks are great for evenings, while the elegant interior saloons are perfect places to socialize.

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The living area. Source – Armare

Espada has the capacity to host ten guests across five spacious cabins, including the master cabin at the upper aft deck, which features a private terrace, an elegant marble bathroom, and a crew of 9.

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An excellent design element aboard Espada is the forward dining area that leads to the upper deck pool lounge via floating staircases. Moving up to the sundeck, a fun-filled dining area awaits, complete with a well-appointed bar and a teppanyaki grill to stir up more than just conversations.

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The beach club. Source – Armare

Espada, the explorer yacht, offers a fantastic fold-down beach club with an outdoor bow lounge, two pools on the aft and bow areas, and perfect sunbathing spaces. The expandable swim platform opens up a world of water-bound adventures, water sports, or simply dipping one’s toes in the azure blue seas.

The master suite. Source – Armare

“At Officina Armare Yacht & Interior design studio, we relentlessly push the boundaries of yacht design, ensuring that Espada transcends conventional expectations and stands resolute as a symbol of unrivaled elegance and distinction,” concluded Officina Armare. Espada will be equipped with twin Caterpillar C32 engines, each producing 1,925 horsepower, offering a maximum speed of 18 knots.

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