Red Yacht Design Shows Concept Project Stella

Turkish design studio Red Yacht has revealed its latest superyacht concept: a 50 m semi-displacement concept called Project Stella.

The concept was designed for Istanbul shipyard Mengi Yay. It will feature a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Total volume is less than 500 gross tons. Exterior design has striking lines and a lot of exterior spaces including an aft beach club complete with swimming pool. A spacious garage stores a lot of water toys, jet skis, diving equipment, and a large tender.

The upper deck can be reserved for the owner’s suite or can be configured as a skylounge. On to the main deck where Project Stella gets a full-beam suite with fold-out balconies, private office, walk-in wardrobe and a spa. Guests will be accommodated below deck in four cabins with separate crew quarters at the bow.

Power is sourced from a pair of 3,647 hp MTU M90 engines for an estimated top speed of 24 knots. Cruising at 14 knots will give Project Stella a cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles.

Red Yacht Design also added in a statement: “Project Stella’s clean lines and lean styling provide ease of manufacture. Thanks to Mengi Yay Shipyard’s experience, she can be built within 24 months.”