M51 Concepts Unveils the Swell: A Hybrid Superyacht with Impeccable Style


M51 Concepts Unveils the Swell: A Hybrid Superyacht with Impeccable Style

M51 Concepts has unveiled a stunning new 77 meter superyacht concept called the Swell. Designer Anthony Glasson drew inspiration from the yacht's name for its exterior styling, with long and sweeping lines that mimic the waves of the sea.

The Swell yacht boasts large windows that allow for views of the interior and split penthouse-style decks, as well as a minimalist interior design that allows the surroundings to take center stage. The Swell can accommodate up to 12 guests in eight equally sized cabins, four of which are located on the main deck and four on the lower deck.

These cabins feature floor-to-ceiling windows and offer the possibility of different sleeping arrangements, rather than a traditional master suite. Designer Anthony Glasson says her “name gives the inspiration away for the exterior styling of the yacht”.

In terms of amenities, the Swell yacht has plenty to offer.

Guests can enjoy a gym, wellness center, swimming pool, water sports equipment, and more. The open interior entertaining area is a true standout, featuring a dining room, lounges, bar, and multi-storey jellyfish tank.

There are also plenty of alfresco dining options, including a 12-person dining room on the upper deck, complete with a main entertainment area centered around a jacuzzi at the stern. “Her split deck levels above the watertight deck are also able to accommodate her distinctive ocean swell exterior profile,” comments Anthony Glasson.

In terms of performance, Glason designed the Swell as a hybrid with a diesel-electric system containing one main engine and three electric generators. This superyacht is sure to impress with its unique layout, luxurious amenities, and cutting-edge design.

Designer Anthony Glasson kept performance and efficiency in mind when creating the Swell superyacht concept, envisioning it with hybrid propulsion systems. The vessel would be built with a combination of a main engine, three electrical generators, and a battery pack, providing a balance of power and efficiency.

If this design interests potential customers, they can rest assured that the Swell will be built with advanced technology and a focus on sustainability.