The 236-foot (72m) BEYOND 72M is an innovative new build concept by exterior designers Christopher Seymour Designs and Carl Esch Design Consultant; Fincantieri is the preferred builder for this project —she boasts a stunning, sharp exterior design and remarkable onboard comfort across her four spacious decks.
The highlight of the BEYOND 72M is its innovative and unique beach club and transom — which provides the ultimate on-water experience. Showcasing a transom pool, the beach club effortlessly flows to the sprawling swim platform creating a synergistic space, perfect for unwinding and enjoying the yacht’s water toys. The beach club features fold-out balconies on either side, allowing guests to enjoy sea breezes while relaxing and sipping drinks at the integrated bar served from the beach club.
The BEYOND 72M superyacht features inspiring outdoor living areas. The new build’s upper deck showcases a forward infinity pool and a large pool aft, both flanked by sunpads to create serene space. There is a lovely bow seating area as well and numerous other lounging areas perfect for taking in the views while cruising. The luxury yacht also has a touch-and-go helipad on the bridge deck forward, suitable to support a helicopter of type EC130 or equal (optional on request).
Offering a harmonious balance of beauty, functionality, engineering and design, the BEYOND 72M’s interior design concept breaks traditional boundaries in yacht design. Sorin Vega Design created the yacht’s interior to the highest standards while allowing her discerning owner to customize the interior to a degree. The superyacht is spacious with numerous areas for relaxing and entertaining. Five sumptuous staterooms accommodate up to 12 guests. Her owner’s suite is a private haven complete with a dressing room, private office/library and en-suite bath.
The BEYOND 72M allows for ease of mobility around the yacht with an all-levels staircase and elevator. The yacht features a centrally located galley with a direct connection to the main salon and bridge deck as well as food lifts on three of the decks allowing the crew can easily and discreetly serve.