New 131-foot superyacht concept is basically a floating private island you can sail

This private oasis has everything you need to sail off into the sunset.
  • Designed to embody “the essence of a private island”
  • Allows owners to live in luxurious privacy
  • The 131-foot vessel feel as limitless as the ocean

Published on Oct 31, 2023 at 4:28PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 2, 2023 at 3:33PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
New 131-foot superyacht concept is basically a floating private island you can sail

Ever dream of escaping to your own private island? There’s a superyacht for that.

Designed to embody “the essence of a private island”, Officina Armare is aiming big with its latest superyacht concept.

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Introducing Espada: allowing its seafaring owners to live in luxurious privacy.

“Imagine having it all and taking it anywhere in the world,” the brand says of its creation.

Its USP is the use of multifunctional space and intimate yet versatile extendable areas.

This makes the 131-foot vessel feel as limitless as the ocean it sails on.

Aesthetically its design is characterized by sleek, flowing lines that combine to form a timeless silhouette.

As for the experience of being aboard, a distinctive reverse bow makes the world of difference.

Espada is able to effortlessly cut through waves to reduce rocking at sea.

It boasts two Caterpillar C32 engines to power the huge vessel.

At 1,900 hp each, a maximum speed of 18 knots and cruising range of 3,600 nautical miles is to be expected.

Your private island is truly portable.

Passengers can enjoy life over a sprawling four decks totalling 380 GT thanks to the 31-foot beam.

Whether you’re entertaining or relaxing, life can be enjoyed both inside and out of the Espada superyacht.

Head inside from the sun-drenched deck and you’ll enjoy the panoramic views and inviting elegance of the dining area, wet bar and salon.

After dinner, five spacious cabins can accommodate up to 10 lucky guests and there’s also space for nine crew.

This allows for the perfect balance of lavish accommodation and the vessel’s efficient operation.

However, located aft on the upper deck, the owner’s suite is the pièce de résistance.

It boasts a marble ensuite and opens up onto a private terrace, allowing for endless views of the ocean.

A lavish outdoor lounge with an ornate, yet functional glass-bottomed swimming pool can be found on the main deck.

This lets in the sun and throws dappled light onto the chic and minimal but cosy lounge below.

From there, take one of two twin staircases to the upper deck.

You can take a dip in yet another lit-from-within pool.

Climb higher still and you’ll arrive at a shaded dining area alongside a bar and teppanyaki grill for sophisticated soirées.

Head down to the lower deck aft and the beach club is equipped with fold-down bulwarks to create a sprawling, alfresco space.

At the center, a large swimming flanked by custom seating and swim platform out from the stern allows seamless access to the ocean.

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