US studios Cantu Design and DFD Design have teamed up to present a 51-metre hybrid superyacht concept named Sinderella.
Designed inside and out by Cantu Design, with naval architecture by DFD Design, Sinderella features a “clean and contemporary profile” taking inspiration from “the modern automotive designs seen today,” the studios said.
Inspired to merge American and European design approaches, the yacht features a plumb bow and fast-displacement hull that can be constructed in either aluminium or composite.
Speaking about the design, Cantu Design founder John Cantu said: “I wanted to create something that combines the best of American and European design philosophies.
“Sinderella has a sexy side to it but is also tough in its appearance and it piques your interest...”
Numerous entertainment areas can be found on board, including a sunken seating area behind the bow on the main deck, which leads aft to more seating and sunpads.
A touch-and-go helipad sits on the sundeck alongside the bar and Jacuzzi, which feature far-reaching ocean views.
Elsewhere, Sinderella features a sky lounge with al fresco dining and lounging space aft. The sky lounge is also enclosed in glass that can be made opaque at the flick of a switch.
On the lower deck, fold-down platforms maximise the beach club which also features a 'Solemare room', an enclosed space fitted with three submerged windows offering underwater views.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 10 guests in five ensuite cabins, including an owner’s full beam suite on the upper deck and four additional guest cabins on the lower deck. The crew quarters on the lower deck offers accommodation for nine staff.
The concept is available with a range of available propulsion packages including a diesel-electric set up with an auxiliary battery bank providing two hours of zero-emission electric propulsion.
Sinderella will have a top speed of 18 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots for a range of 3,600 nautical miles.