If you’re going to acquire a new luxury yacht, you might as well go all out, especially when it comes to lavish space and raw square footage. That’s exactly what Netherlands-based nautical company Vripack has to offer with M/Y ROCK, their Land Rover-inspired “SUV of the seas.”
While most yachts focus on a variety of exterior aesthetic upgrades and outward appearance, the ROCK was designed with a functional interior that’s both voluminous and purposeful, providing unobstructed views of the surrounding seas. Powered by twin 1,000-horsepower Caterpillar C12 engines and boasting a 3,000-nautical mile range, the luxury yacht utilizes a fast displacement steel hull and aluminum superstructure alongside a high straight bow that helps the lumbering beast negotiate calm waters at a speed of 20 miles per hour. The interior of the 24-meter yacht is defined by full-height windows that provide a 180-degree field of vision from the luxurious living area, an owner’s cabin and private terrace, angular 3D shapes and furniture, and a robust floorplan that utilizes 44 percent more space than its similar-sized counterparts.