Kiwa, the 110m superyacht concept

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Kiwa, the 110m superyacht concept

Isaac Burrough’s Amsterdam-based design studio revealed his latest design project inspired by the Maori guardian of the ocean.

Kiwa 110m superyacht concept

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Called Kiwa, the mammoth-sized concept, it focuses on the sustainability factor, minimizing energy loss and environmental impact.

A hybrid propulsion system allows Kiwa to navigate in an exclusively electric mode to explore marine environments protected and sensitive to pollution. The 200 square meters of solar panels on the bow superstructure provide enough energy for the daily use of energy by the crew and guests. The slim design of the Kiwa hull measuring only 15.5 meters wide makes this yacht easier to move and allows higher speeds.

"The idea behind Kiwa’s design was to design a modern and elegant yacht," comments his designer. "Its elegant silhouette combined with sinuous surfaces give it a remarkable grace despite its exploration skills. A yacht that will look sophisticated both on cruises in the Mediterranean and in the Arctic."

Another extremely seductive detail is the glass bottom swimming pool which has been positioned on the main aft deck. On the lower deck, light from the glass swimming pool fills the full-beam beach club where guests can relax on the built-in loungers that overlook the huge swimming platform.
A landing platform on the bow deck can accommodate the H145 helicopter, further expanding the adventure possibilities of this elegant explorer yacht.

175 square meters of space to store water toys are included, including two tenders for guests of 12 and 7 meters and two tenders for the crew of 7 meters. 14 guests and 29 crew members can be accommodated on board.

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Kiwa 110m superyacht concept
Kiwa 110m superyacht concept
Kiwa 110m superyacht concept
Kiwa 110m superyacht concept
Kiwa 110m superyacht concept

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