Motor yacht concept G108 was designed by Lila-Lou to achieve maximum comfort and guest usability and a totally seamless link between the sea, exterior decks and a voluminous interior space.

Superyacht G108 achieves this link by utilising a clever development strategy balancing creative freedom with tried and tested principals. The Lila-Lou creative team was determined to establish a platform for this 108 metre concept driven by the mutual symbiosis of internal and external volumes. All aspects of the superyacht work together as one.

Truly form following function, the result is a unique and striking shape; harmonious exterior lines flow from the desire to incorporate distinctive interior features such as a Forward Viewing Saloon, and Wheelhouse with 270 degree wrap-around view, whilst retaining all the more familiar & conventional accommodation one might expect from a superyacht of this size.

Another important factor was the yacht’s relationship with its surrounding environment. Indeed its very form looks like the building crest of a wave and, when at anchor, this yacht’s flexibility and oneness with the sea can really be demonstrated.

A series of platforms & balconies fold from the hull and splay outward to form an extended beach club on two levels over the water, maximizing not only deck space but also greatly enhancing the enjoyment of Owner and guests.