Concept Superyacht, The Xhibitionist by Gray Design is Quite The Looker

Eduard Gray of Gray Design, a Swedish company has brought out an incredible concept superyacht christened Xhibitionist. Much like the company’s tagline, ‘Redefining Tradition’, their designs take on traditional designs and take them to a whole new level, adding to it their creativity and ingenuity. This luxury yacht could definitely give the existing celebrity yachts in the market, a run for their money. This noted designer is the brain behind other well known designs like the Superyacht Sovereign, the Dartz Prombron Nagle among others. The Xhibitionist is a worthy addiction to the evergrowing list of amazing concept yachts like Sunreef 82’ designs.

The inverted triman configuration has been used for a remarkable looking hull, whose design also gives it additional stability. This luxury yacht concept is reminiscent of luxury cars, a specialty of Eduard Gray. An interesting feature is that the engines are placed behind glass walls, which allows for easy visibility and access for maintenance purposes. It has a huge beach club area for entertainment purposes. The fly deck can also be used for this purpose. The beach club area is also fitted with a Jacuzzi for the guests to relax in and soak up some sun.




The space at the front of the yacht that you see, which has helicopters on it are actually solar panels, which are strong enough to act as a helipad or a party stage, whatever be your need. They also perform their usual job of powering the yacht. The interiors are huge and look as sleek and beautiful as any high end house. The ‘Retail Mode’ brings in partitions in the design to allow for a more privacy. The Vision System’s Nuance smart shading feature is another privacy enhancing feature. It has been described as a blend of style, purpose and efficiency, and it truly is all that.

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