111 Superyacht is the latest concept from Bannenberg & Rowell, a simple name for such a complex superyacht design. Binary in name, clean in form, and luxurious in style. The number 111 is logically this yacht length with a beam of 16.5m and a GT of approx. 4,800. This superyacht is about as long as London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral, it’s a beautiful creation that’s been outfitted with every conceivable amenity to make sure all passengers are spoiled with luxury experience.
Designed for diesel-electric propulsion, 111 Superyacht is a progressive concept yacht that allows passengers to enjoy not just wellness, but also workouts and wine while on the high seas. The exterior decks feature alfresco spaces, they are decorated with elegant outdoor furniture made from rich teak and gleaming stainless steel. Not sure if you notice it or not, there’s another small yet impactful detail, it is the etching on the capping rails that reads “111”.
Bannenberg & Rowell 111 Superyacht concept features long, clean lines and pointed bow where together, they form a streamlined exterior. Onboard, you’ll find a generous interior volume of 4,800 GT. The living area combines a palette of neutral tones with an array of sleek, contemporary furnishings. Of course, the main highlight is the chef’s table in the gallery, in this area, guests would enjoy an immersive view of the kitchen, they can also view the culinary process of the chef and the crew.
There are three pools located strategically across the outdoor decks, the first pool occupies pride of place on large beach club aft, the second is located on the main deck, while the third is located towards the bow. There’s a helipad on the bow, display with the yacht’s name 111 instead of the usual letter “H”. 111 Superyacht Concept is planned to be powered by a hybrid diesel-electric system that would lower carbon emissions without sacrificing its speed and efficiency.