Looking at existing yachts and their usage, NEWCRUISE came to notice that their shapes resemble each other a fair bit. They understood further, that their usage is most of the time very much akin to a villa on the waterfront.
It turned out to be a short step, to combine their strive for a changed look with more architectural shapes while still paying tribute to classic ships and houses. This was combined with ample freeboard and a seaworthy hull.
Straight and clean shapes dominate the appearance of the CUBE yacht concept, which is underlined by minimising the need for the addition of extra details, such as guardrails on top of the bulwarks.
To provide the owner with a maximum of flexibility, NEWCRUISE reduced the amount of exterior fixed furniture and used loose furniture as much as possible instead. Full beam main deck forward and rectangular shapes allow for a relative voluminous superstructure, providing ample space for the interior of this 75m yacht CUBE.
When boarding the CUBE superyacht the guest passes a large 4.5m x 3.0m mosaic clad pool and reach a lounge and lobby area, with a cool and relaxed atmosphere, benefiting from the waterfall of the pool and a large bar. A similar tank is forming the aft end of the owners deck above, where you find a bar and space to lounge in the sun. The upper forward sundeck terrace could be converted relatively easy into a helipad should a client feel the need for such an installation. Below and before the bridge windows is another large terrace located. An automatic screen allows for privacy. This area will be predominantly used while at anchor or in port when visibility through the forward bridge windows is not required and the need for a more secluded space than the aft main deck arises.