Norwegian yacht designer Marius Skjolde has revealed his latest 100-metre concept, MESD, which he says he has been developing for close to a year. A first version of the MESD 100 was introduced back in October of 2016.
The extensive yacht allows to make the most of the sunny weather thanks to the large sloping aft deck with sun beds, a 7-meter-long pool and a cozy sundeck that, if desired, can serve as the owner’s private leisure space.
A lounging space, spa area as well as a bar and a gym are located in the yacht’s beach club with direct access to the sea. The MESD 100’s tenders would therefore be stored forward of the beach club and released through another foldable door.
The layout notably includes an upper deck with floor-to-ceiling windows and a shaded terrace overlooking main deck aft, with the possibility to completely close it down with glass panels. A helipad can also be found forward of the main deck.
Compared to the designer’s previous iteration on the MESD 100, the updated concept has a open sun deck and a larger aft area.