Blended in perfect harmony, the Pro 750 Golden superyacht represents pure elegance of line and grace. The design features as well as details evoke the feel of fine jewelery, hence the name ‘golden’, as the defining part of this model’s designation.
The design has proven that it is possible to have massive interior volume without sacrificing the look and status of the overall yacht. The interior has large panoramic windows with rising deck-heads following the sweep of the exterior superstructure.
Luxury yacht Pro 750 Golden has six guest cabins and a further 150sq.m of living area for the owner’s accommodation. Also included are a cinema, gym, steam room, dining room and other saloons for general social and entertaining purposes.
Deep windows spread across the decks let everyone take in the inviting views, particularly if they’re in their staterooms. That’s because all six guest cabins are forward on the main deck, while the owner has an entire deck one level up. Pro 750 Golden concept emphasize interior volume while giving owner and guests extra ways to enjoy on-the-water living.
The numeral in this megayacht’s model name hints at the LOAs: The 750 is 75 meters (246 feet). This displacement yacht is expected to deliver the performance: 17-knot top end and 15-knot cruise.
Probably offering more than one would expect from a 75m luxury yacht, to complete this masterpiece, the Pro 750 Golden megayacht will have room for a crew of 18. All crewmembers except for the captain are housed forward on the lower deck. Their good-size mess is adjacent to the Pro 750 Golden’s main galley, to port. Study the lines on the illustration and become engaged with this golden design.
The ‘Pro 750 Golden’ project, designed by Uldas, had been nominated for the ‘Yacht Concept Design Over 50 metres” category by the UK interior design magazine ‘Design et al’ and was rewarded with the first prize at The International Yacht & Aviation Awards ceremony which took place on 27th of April 2012, in Portofino.