Rimor-X, the exploration superyacht with an underwater observation room

To meet the growing demand of young billionaire clients, the London studio has created a concept of exploration superyacht called Rimor-X. Its main website caractéristique?? An incredible underwater exploration room.

To meet the demand of several brokers, wishing to offer its young clientele a superyacht capable of pushing the limits, the London studio Sturge Design designed the Rimor-X. This 96 m long exploration yacht was designed in collaboration with Ben Julian Toth for the exterior design, but above all with the expedition specialist Pelorus, who acts as technical advisor.

The Rimor-X's goal is to travel to remote areas from Fiji to Greenland and enjoy an experience that few privileged people can live. Its exterior design is inspired by both military ships and SUVs, with a sturdy structure with lots of glass. Because owners and guests must be able to admire the exterior and its many incredible landscapes at all times.

Inside, the living spaces are open to maximize this feeling of space and allow light to enter profusely inside. The main feature of the Rimor-X is an underwater lounge called the "Mermaid Lounge" (the siren lounge) installed on the bow of the boat across the entire width to allow you to admire the underwater seabed.

From the atrium, you will be able to access a large gym as well as a spa, a scuba diving area and a submarine launching zone.

The accommodation is designed to accommodate 14 people in seven cabins, including four double suites on the lower deck, two VIP cabins on the main deck and a dedicated owner's deck with a dedicated observatory.

On the main deck, there is a 10 m swimming pool with a dedicated pool house (storage) under the helipad. The outdoor dining and relaxation areas with an outdoor jacuzzi and a brazier on the bridge deck.