has collaborated with Vitruvius Yachts
to unveil a large 105-meter superyacht
. The vessel boasts Naval Architecture by Philippe Briand
and it naturally sits at the top of the Vitruvius line that started out with a 50-meter hull "Exuma", then the 73-meter "Grace E".
The PYC 'Pure' as it is called is now the largest Vitruvius yacht
designed and runs over four internal decks with a comfortable sundeck and shaded mid-sections. She has been designed with the new PYC laws that came into effect last year for yachts carrying between twelve and thirty-six guests. PYC Pure will however, carry up to twenty-four guests. The new laws do not affect the lavishness and special features being proposed onboard. There is a helipad on the bow to accommodate a large corporate helicopter. Aft on the lower deck is the yacht's large beach club. Large shell doors seal-off tender garages to house the vessel's main tenders and toys. The straight bow displacement superyacht has a large pool on the aft maindeck that is glass-edged over the transom. Numerous areas are dedicated towards guest relaxation and feature vast spaces for lounging. PYC Pure is purely a project at the moment but more news on her will be forthcoming as the yard divulges.