The most exciting projects to be completed in 2022
This article shows the most impressive and anticipated mega yachts in the industry to be completed in 2022.
127m Oceanco Y721 is a sailing yacht currently being built by Oceanco in the Netherlands and it is rumoured to be Jeff Bezos's superyacht, which came out of the shed for the first time.
The sailing yacht was first shown earlier this month at the Oceanco shipyard in Zwindrecht. The black-hulled sailing superyacht will have three masts and a bowsprit. It is known that the yacht is built from aluminium and steel, though the designers still remain a secret. Oceanco Y721 is the largest yacht ever built at Oceanco.
It is known that the yacht will have “three enormous masts” and “several decks”. It has also been reported that an accompanying support boat is also under construction, though the details of this remain unknown.
Project Cosmos will be ready for delivery in April 2022. At 80 metres, 1,700 Gross Tons and with a top speed of 29 knots, Project Cosmos will be the world’s largest and fastest full-aluminium motor yacht with conventional propeller propulsion system.
The yacht has been designed by Winch Design with streamlined contours and innovative features, but the distinctive Heesen qualities of muscular sportiness and timeless elegance have been retained.
The yacht’s interesting design features include a fully-rated helipad that transforms into a large outdoor cinema; a crystal lift connecting all decks from lower to the sundeck; an impressive 7-metre pool with a waterfall and glass bottom; a luxury beach club with a bar and side platforms.
90m Project 1601 is being built at Lurssen shipyard in collaboration with Espen Øino and interior designer Dölker + Voges.
Espen Øino has created an impressive exterior design with unusual features, dominated by flat surfaces, straight lines and angular corners. “The crispness of the exterior styling suggests a geometrical precision that permeates every facet of the yacht”, the yard says.
The yacht's interior is designed by Dölker + Voges and follows the same design themes as the exterior. Cornelsen & Partner acted as project manager throughout the construction process.
Project Black Shark
The 77 meter superyacht is currently under construction at Nobiskrug Shipyard in Germany. The well known British studio Winch Design has designed a stunning exterior which blends in with the sleek contemporary interior by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design.
Upon completion, the superyacht will have a black matte hull that resembles the skin of a black shark. The mast is specially designed to resemble a shark's fin.
Amels Custom 78m
The Custom Amels 78 (also known by the yard number 476), with a gross tonnage of 2,885 tons, will be one of Amels' largest superyachts to date. The contract for the project was signed during the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show. Espen Øino and his team were appointed to design the exterior and masterplan, while Zuretti Interior Designers was in charge of the interior.
The yacht will be recognizable for her large sundeck, huge pool aft and wide side platforms.
Feadship Project 1010
The 118-meter Feadship Project 1010 is currently one of the largest yachts under construction. She will be the yard's largest yacht to date, replacing the current flagship, the 110-meter Anna. She is currently under construction and is due for launch in 2022.
The exterior of the yacht is designed by renowned Norwegian designer Espen Øino.
Feadship Project 1010 was launched in October 2020 and transferred to the Feadship facility in Makkum for further furnishings, where she will remain until 2022.
The largest superyacht currently under construction at the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard is the 118-meter Project 6507, which is now in the final stages of construction and will be delivered to her owner in 2022. The yacht will be the new flagship of Abeking & Rasmussen.
Project 6507 was designed by Joseph Dirand Architecture, with the owner's representative, Cornelsen & Partner, overseeing the project. The design of the project remains secret, but it is known that the superyacht will have plenty of room for various tenders and water toys, including a submarine. An unusual Neptune Lounge and a large pool are just a few of the design features that guests will have to look forward to.
The 109m Y720, currently under outfitting at Oceanco, was entirely designed by Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design and features an enormous amount of glass: the main deck, bridge deck and upper deck are all covered by full-height glass windows. The advanced propulsion system was designed by Oceanco and Lateral Naval Architects.
The 62-meter superyacht CRN 138 was ordered by the owner in January 2018 and designed by Omega Architects. The yacht's interior will feature "exquisite décor in warm, natural hues," which was designed by Pulina Exclusive Interiors. The yacht will accommodate 14 guests in 7 beautifully appointed staterooms.
The CRN 138 is a real home on the water; a yacht designed for living on board. Spacious lounging areas allow guests to socialize and relax in comfort and have the opportunity to spend some time alone. Her interior combines a homely atmosphere with elegance. The sophisticated design and atmosphere is created through the use of fine woods such as pine and oak, complemented by Sahara Noir marble.