The go-anywhere 282-footer, which the German yard unveiled at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, was penned in partnership with Valentin Design and is as big as it is beautiful.
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“This project is one of a kind, as it opens up the possibility to make the most out of every minute one has to spend,” the Swiss design studio’s founder Valentin Weigand said in a statement.
Time is characterized by sleek, flowing lines and a sharp, inverted bow that will allow it to cut through the high seas. The vessel will also be equipped with a hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system that will give it a maximum speed of 16 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and an estimated range of 5,000 nautical miles.
With a beam of 48 feet, Time has a interior volume of 3,400 GT and a grand total of seven decks. The main saloon and formal dining space are situated on the upper deck, while the main deck is home to a cozy lounge called the gentleman’s retreat, which comes with an indoor fire pit and a wine cellar.
Elsewhere on the main deck, there is a sports club with a pool table, a fully fledged German brewery and a garage that can hold three tenders, a submarine and a range of water toys. The lower deck, meanwhile, features a wellness area, a gym and a dive store.
As for accommodation, the owner’s duplex spans nearly 1,800 square feet and is split across two decks. All up, it offers a fancy bedroom, an office nook, two en suites and a private terrace with a Jacuzzi. There are also two VIP suites and four double cabins for guests, plus cabins for 26 crew.
The exterior is nothing to sneeze at, either. Time sports a beach club with expandable terraces, a helipad, a sundeck cinema and even a crow’s nest. It’s also fitted with no less than three swimming pools.
Worth spending Time on, then?
Click here to see all the photos of Abeking & Rasmussen’s Time.
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