Measuring 229 feet, the Black Swan superyacht concept designed by Timur Bozca, features a matt black exterior and sinister aesthetic.
The striking structure is proof of the power of simplicity. According to Bozca, who splits time between offices in Istanbul, Milan and London, the superyacht was crafted by connecting “simple lines together with dramatic angles and curves.”
“Using the powerful image of an arrow as my inspiration, I tried to create an aerodynamic exterior that would give the yacht a distinctive look, while also improving the efficiency of the craft in the water,” said the designer.
Two forward balconies are protected by glass railings, will provide unobstructed views of the ocean while a helicopter platform is located on the topmost deck.
A helicopter platform on the top deck is accessed via a concealed lift, allowing the owner and his or her guests to travel between the yacht and the airport or their villa without getting stuck in traffic.
Inside the yacht, guests can access the aft deck which features a pool or relax in the master suite or one of the six guest suits that accommodate 12 people. This black beauty’s superstructure is made from aluminium and the hull structure of enforced steel.