The new superyacht revealed by Vitruvius has pretty much the same specs, measuring 51.5 m (169 ft) and staying under 500 GT, too. Currently named Vitruvius N10, the yacht represented a challenge for the studio, which aimed to honor all the requirements of the owners while keeping the volume under 500 GT and the size under 52 m.
Vitruvius’ designer Phillipe Briand received the order for the Vitruvius N10 back in 2020 from a couple who asked for a large sundeck and a roomy interior. As explained by the studio, the yacht will retain all the hallmarks of a Vitruvius vessel, featuring a clean and sleek design. It will be built entirely of aluminum and will be powered by a hybrid propulsion system that will offer a reduced consumption and a range of up to 4,000 nautical miles.
Up to 10 guests will be able to cruise in style on board the Vitruvius N10 and they’ll be accommodated in six spacious staterooms.
If you’re a sunseeker or/and yoga enthusiast, you’re going to love the N10, which was designed to deliver the most relaxing cruising experience. In addition to a large sundeck, the yacht will offer over 250 sq m (2,690 sq ft) of terraces spread throughout the yacht.
Vitruvius N10 is scheduled for delivery in the spring of 2025.