This gorgeous 236-foot long superyacht concept comes with 12 spacious state rooms, a helipad and not one or two but three swimming pools

We are exploring a 72-meter concept superyacht Vast. Ocean Independence’s newest superyacht concept spans 236 feet with an exterior done by superyacht designers Christopher Seymour and Carl Esch. The interiors were spearheaded by another of the firm’s favorite collaborators Theodoros Fotiadis. This modern-looking superyacht has an inverted bow and a unique sheer line. The vessel strikes the perfect balance between form and function with multipurpose leisure possibilities, large and sumptuous exterior entertainment areas, and comfortable interior spaces. Posted below are an array of impressive images that give you a pretty good idea of what lies beneath:

Vast 72 displays geometric lines and extensive use of glass throughout. Carl Esch, who manages the design, commented, “We conceived the initial design for Vast 72m together with our design partner Christopher Seymour, with a clear vision of what we wanted to create, a sharp, modern, and unique looking superyacht inside and out.”

The design centers a lot of attention on entertainment. This is evident through walk-through entertainment areas on the stern and beach club area that overlaps onto the main deck living areas and up to the foredeck area.

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Vast 72m flaunts some unique interior design elements like a social and dining area located on the main deck.

The sprawling interiors also include a large dining table to starboard and a lounge area to port. Seen right behind is a spiral staircase with a central glass elevator.

Theodoros comments on the interior design, “It has an Art Deco character that is refreshed by modern notes coming from fabrics, art, and decorative furniture design. The walls provide a flat, clean form, and the inserted gypsum-art Flamingos and the circles in the ceilings add a nice character of warmth and heritage. This combines with a feeling of air and light flooding in via the large side windows, obviously, even more, when the folding balconies open up. An interior that not only is beautiful but speaks for its space, offering a nice refreshing feeling all wrapped up in a serious and robust Art deco style. Balanced, exceptional, and something new, a design that we can’t categorize as strictly art deco or modern.”

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The superyacht concept brings forth a stunning owner’s suite, as well as a smaller guest cabin designed for children. To ensure the comfort of your guests, there are four guest staterooms situated on the lower deck, each with an en suite bathroom and direct access to the stern beach club.

Accommodation on board is for 12 guests in six cabins and a total of 15 staff.

Other facilities include a gym, three pools, four jet skis, and other water toys.

Standout features of the conceptual Vast 72m include an assemblage of tenders and toys. There is a submarine stored in her bow and a touch-and-go helipad on the foredeck.

[Via: Boat International]

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