The F65 is a new concept from a rising young talent called Marco Ferrari.
The 65-metre displacement yacht will have a steel hull and aluminium superstructure but is clothed in strong, masculine lines with an axe bow. So far so conventional and on trend. However, the F65 also reveals various details that make it both intriguing and instantly recognisable. There is no clear division, for instance, between the hull and the first level of the superstructure which meld at the bow.
The side and aft profiles of the upper decks are rounded and grooved to lend a sense of movement and soften the imposing lines of the hull too. The F65 is spread over three decks plus a fly and offers six staterooms that will accommodate 12 guests.
The master suite on the main deck is an impressive 90 square metres and combines a foldout superyacht balcony, lounge, study and dressing room. The other cabins are all on the lower deck together with the beach club, a cinema area and quarters for the 19 crew who even have their own private gym.