Pastrovich X-Easy Yacht

Nov 23, 2015

Category: Rides

Nothing should be hard on a yacht. OK, maybe the hull and a few other vital parts need to be pretty solid, but if you can afford a massive luxury vessel, you wanna be comforted at every turn. That’s the reasoning behind the name for the X-Easy motor yacht concept designed by Monaco-based Pastrovich Studio.

The current plan is for the X-Easy to be 180 feet long and outfitted with a diesel-electric engine, though that last part is open to possible changes. Natural materials play a big part of the ship, with teak, bamboo, stone and linen used throughout. The amenities onboard include a spa and gym, while the jet-ski, inflatables, small sailboats, a jellyfish pool and standup paddle boards are all stored in a space under the main deck. Nine crew members are required, but we don’t think they’ll be too hard to find for this job. [Purchase]

Pastrovich X-Easy Yacht 2

Pastrovich X-Easy Yacht 3

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