Liebowitz & partners present the Exo research yacht concept
The vessel is distinguished by a steel hull with aluminum tuning and a cruising range of up to 5 thousand nautical miles.
The British company Liebowitz & Partners has officially unveiled the concept of the 63m exploration yacht EXO. The vessel is distinguished by a steel hull with aluminum tuning and a cruising range of up to 5 thousand nautical miles. The interior of the superyacht, as conceived by the creators, is inseparable from the exterior and combines "charm and efficient and practical service organization."
EXO's main salon is designed in a “modern, airy style,” with side entrances to maximize space. At the bow of the yacht is the master stateroom, designed in a “light, neutral palette” with luxurious materials. Four additional cabins on the lower deck can accommodate 12 people.
The vessel will feature an al fresco dining area, a living room and jacuzzi on the forward deck, as well as a gym and an additional area in the sky lounge. The main deck will also house a bar and a dedicated wildlife observation room.
The new yacht boasts a hybrid system of two CAT diesel engines and 1,600 hp generators for a top speed of 16 knots. For added comfort, Quantum Zero stabilizers will be installed on board.