Franco Gnessi, of Italian design studio Dynaship Yacht Design, has presented the designs for a new 61m superyacht called Bullet 200.
With styling cues borrowed from the automotive industry and a zero-emissions cruising at the forefront of the design, the new concept aims to bring something different to this size segment.
The semi-displacement yacht is designed with a gross tonnage of 975, which Gnessi has carefully concealed through the use of clean lines and well-placed curves. “We have worked so that the observer does not perceive the true extent of this yacht,” explained Gnessi. “We have used perspectives and lines that blend harmoniously to create a very refined product which surprises in regards to interior spaces.”
The Bullet 200 has a balance of private and entertaining areas, which include an aft deck beach club, a sundeck Jacuzzi, a main deck pool and a recessed foredeck lounge.
Onboard batteries would allow the concept to cruise with zero emissions for 90 minutes at a speed of eight knots. Under traditional propulsion, the yacht would be able to reach a cruising speed of 22 knots, topping out at 26 knots, with a maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles at 14 knots.
Franco Gnessi has released a number of concepts over the years, the most recent one being the Nautilus 680.