Envisioned with diesel-electric, the Bannenberg And Rowell Design 111 an elegant megayacht
Spenning 364 feet (or 111 meters), the Bannenberg And Rowell Design 111 is an exquisite creation that’s furnished with each and every amenity imaginable to keep passengers in the height of luxury. According to the British studio, the megayacht enables passengers to partake in “wellness, workouts, and wine” while at sea.
Combining long, straight lines with a large, pointed bow, the Bannenberg And Rowell Design 11 has a noticeably streamlined exterior. The yacht has a substantial interior space of 4,800 GT on board. The living spaces have a variety of sleek, modern furnishings and a neutral color scheme.
Surprisingly out of all features, the chef’s table in the galley is the focal point of the 111 megayacht concept. It provides visitors with an immersive view of the kitchen so they can observe the skill and technique of the chef and the supporting staff.
The exterior features three enormous pools, one of which is on the enormous beach club and has a fold-down swim platform. A few tenders and other water toys would be kept in a fully supplied tender garage. Large indoor lounges are done in neutral tones or deeper browns with gold and dark accents and allow for mingling. The exterior’s long, sleek lines and pointed bow nicely fit the interior’s more masculine mood.
At the bow, there’s a glass-encased observatory featuring a helipad etching with “111” lettering. If that wasn’t bougie enough, “111” is also engraved on the stainless steel capping on the rails.
The studio states the Bannenberg And Rowell Design 111 megayacht concept’s propulsion would likely be a hybrid-electric system or “something more progressive still” to reduce its environmental effect without sacrificing speed or economy.