Sometimes seacrafts have archaic names, but Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design’s latest concept makes perfect sense. Sander Sinot’s 590-foot Symmetry yacht concept was named after its symmetrical hull and stern, allowing for equal maneuverability in both directions. The pristine sense of balance carries over from the outside to the interior, too.
The dedicated owner’s deck, for example, will feature a stateroom that can be opened up to flow onto its private outdoor lounge and infinity pool. If that doesn’t scream luxury, than the Beach Deck, with a floating lounge and seawater pool that extends out across the ocean, will surely impress.
Inside, the yacht’s six decks of indulgence house a spa, a garden, a gym, and a selection of dining and bar venues. Aquatic amenities include two 33-foot tenders, a 46-foot day boat, and six personal watercrafts.
The superyacht accommodates up to 34 guests, via 12 cabins and 4 en suite VIP rooms. The owner’s inner sanctum enjoys a private spa, an office, a library, and a skylounge.