Project MED | 302FT


Project MED | 302FT

De Basto Design and Lateral Naval Architects have collaborated on the design of this refreshingly new concept for a true open yacht like no other. The result is an elegant 92-meter yacht with long lines for efficient cruising, low gross tonnage, and a brand-new approach to life on board.

At the heart of the concept is the open main deck called Agora, named after the public square and center of life in Ancient Greece. That's because this yacht celebrates the Mediterranean lifestyle and free-spirited thinkers. One of the greatest gifts of the Mediterranean civilization to the modern world is the ethos for outdoor living and alfresco dining, known to contribute to well-being. This MED concept aims to deliver experiences and offer infinite flexibility.

De Basto, who has expanded on Lateral Naval Architects' Free From Bulkheads (FFB) platform, envisioned the main deck as a social area open to fresh air, an inviting space for people to congregate and engage with each other and the surrounding nature. the FFB platform challenges traditional superyacht architecture enabling watertight bulkheads to terminate at the lower deck. The result is an unconstrained lower deck adjacent to the waterline, giving the potential for greater design innovation in layout and ultimately an elevated user experience.

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