If a horse could sail… Unveiled the 85 meters yacht concept by Marco Casali Too Design

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]nspired by one of the most famous gallop horses in the world., the project has been named “Ribot 85”. The impressive 85-metre M/Y RIBOT 85 concept is the latest design unveiled today by Marco Casali Too-design. Inspired by the main characteristc of the horse, the luxury motor yacht RIBOT 85 concept is fast and powerful, yet elegant and graceful.

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In this yacht concept, Marco Casali worked on the typical masses distribution of a yacht, reduced on the aft for the top decks but still full on the lower ones for lowering the “design barycenter”. This offered the opportunity to create the wide open spaces on the upper deck, where a huge swimming pool in the common sun area can be found.

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Secondly, to ensure maximum privacy to the owner and guests, the master cabin aboard RIBOT 85 superyacht concept was designed over the upper deck, keeping the helm below it. This allowed the designer to create one or two VIP cabins, a room for children or additional personal spaces, such as a massage room or a second office. Two terraces, one in the bow and one in the aft, including a small Jacuzzi pool on each one, further enrich the project.


On the skydeck, equipped with the typical lounge bar, gym area and sun spaces, a particular bed is raised over the bow for an exceptional “flying over the water experience”. The narrow and sharp bow of this luxury superyacht with a wide aft allows better performance in the terms of speed stability and creates the space for a garage in the aft area, storing a 35’ limousine tender, with direct access to the boat for the maximum privacy of the guests.

Guest cabins are all situated on the main deck, each of them with their own private terrace and also connected to other comfortable wide common spaces on the upper and sky decks.

RIBOT 85 concept is unveiled in three different tones of gray, from the dark hull to the clear sky deck, designed for exalting the volumes and the cuts defining the decks.


Length: 84,750 m.

Beam : 13,800 m.

Guests : 12

Crew : 22

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