Gresham Yacht Design’s Superyacht Concept Emir

Gresham Yacht Design’s latest concept, the 120-metre superyacht concept named Emir invites owners to entertain big parties in splendor, simultaneously creating cozy areas for just a handful of family and friends.

Emir pairs a “sleek exterior” with large interior spaces designed for maximum grandeur and elegance with handful of cozy seating areas on the upper level of the impressive two-deck main saloon.  The saloon features high ceilings and a walk-around balcony on the upper level with full height angled windows for unspoilt panoramic views.

Owners and guests can arrive in grand style via helicopter, landing on either of two helipads.  The helipad that sits above the owner’s private deck features fold-up bulwarks that contain it within the superstructure. This helipad has direct access to the owner’s deck and features a heli-lobby aft with access into the saloons below.

The owners private saloon have a dining area, bar and games table finished in sycamore sit inside the dedicate saloon. Balconies just off the saloon invite the family to spot the next destination as it comes closer into view.

Emir makes the maximum out of alfresco enjoyment, too. Since she has a cantilevered swimming pool on the main aft deck, guests can chat with those who are boarding watertoys just below. Kids can take turns making faces at their parents via the submerged glass window facing the swim platform, too. Gresham Yacht Design Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.