After coming out with an 85m long superyacht British Designer Alex McDiarmid has created another Iwana. This time around, the Superyacht Iwana 87m is 2-meters longer and inspired by the Water Dragon instead. Celebrating the Chinese Year of the Dragon, the yacht’s main structure is shaped like a dragon head, with the decks and communication tower “inspired by the dorsal crests of Dragons and beautiful marine iguanas.” The superstructure features a panoramic roof window running over the yacht and a solar panel system in the ‘Magic Smart Glass’ that lets glass change colors for “privacy, sun/glare protection, and visual entertainment.”
The deck space aft features a hull that can open into “two, fold-down, roll out, and wrap around bathing platforms,” which is a treat for sun-bathing lovers. Head over to the main deck for a social and relaxation zone and a swimming pool aft. A jacuzzi is placed inside the owner’s private dining deck. The upper deck features yet another private retreat for the owner. The yacht can accommodate a party of 16 guests in 8 cabins with a crew of 20.
For sea lovers, you can expect some cool custom tenders and toys such as wave runners, sea scooters, windsurfers, kayaks, waterskis, wakeboards, and a whole range of scuba and fishing gear along with the SeaBird personal submersible. Created by US-based AquaVenture Water Crafts, the sub can be controlled with a joystick from its two seats. It boasts 22 knots of submerged speed and can go as deep as 91 meters. For details click here.