Pride Mega Yachts has presented the design concept for a 92m motoryacht during the Monaco Yacht Show 2016.
Chinese superyacht builder Pride Mega Yachts has teamed up with yacht designer Cyrille Bieri to create Ninetytwo. The design concept of this 92m motoryacht was presented to the market during the Monaco Yacht Show 2016.
The project results from the collaboration between the Chinese shipyard and yacht designer Cyrille Bieri who is currently based in Dubai. Pride says it has made sure this project is realizable.
Ninetytwo is a 92m motoryacht in steel and aluminium featuring a beam of 15.8m and a maximum draft of 4m.
The concept calls for a yacht that is capable of reaching 7.000 nautical miles. The yacht has a fuel capacity of 254,000 litre.
Pride has not revealed details of the propulsion package but it says the yacht will be capacble of reaching 17.5ks and a cruising speed of 14ks.
The yacht has also been designed to accommodate 18 guests and accommodation comproses two VIP staterooms, four double cabins and two twins. The project is also conceived to accommodate a crew of 28.
Headquartered in China’s Yantai Peninsula in the Bohai Gulf, Pride Mega Yachts is owned by China International Marine Containers (CIMC), a global 11-billion-dollar enterprise that specialises in manufacturing and shipbuilding.