Hydro Tec released new renderings of its celebratory project Vanguard that relies on expertise in an integrated design that the studio has gained over 25 years. The yacht features great innovative advances, with a particular focus on the beach club – a flexible and usable space that can be used in the planet’s most extreme weather conditions.
Vanguard is a 65-meter displacement explorer yacht concept, thus all the outdoor areas must be convertible so they can also be used in cold climates.
Nowadays, the interiors and exteriors of a megayacht are lived seamlessly, a homogeneous path in which you can not ignore a perfect integration between the various spaces. This is the only way to create great suggestions. Indoor environments must be in direct communication with the outside; at the same time all outdoor areas must be able to convert to be able to use them even in cold climates. In short, they must be versatile, flexible, suitable for use in all weather conditions. – Sergio Cutolo
The vessel offers an articulated and flexible layout that avoids fixed paths and duplicated areas. This continuity allows, for example, guests to access the Beach Club directly from their cabins, without having to pass through the main deck or the outer decks.
The Vanguard is also a floating spa. The sliding doors allow the pool area to be closed and the guests can use it in cold as well as warm weather. The tender area, located on the main deck, is another space adaptable to different life situations. When launched, the tenders can be turned into a covered terrace, just like the helideck.
The spacious tender garages can accommodate tenders and toys because when exploring unpredictable cruising grounds, a whole arsenal of water toys comes in handy.