Alpha Marine Unveils 97m Project Future

By George Bains

Alpha Marine has unveiled a striking new superyacht concept dubbed Project Future. The name is fitting for this 97m superyacht, which reflects owners’ growing desire to venture further than before in style and luxury.

Founded in 1985 in Greece by Nikolaos Dafnis, Alpha Marine offers a holistic offering of expertise to guide owners in making their superyacht dream a reality. With a wealth of talent covering everything from naval architecture to interior design and marine engineering, Alpha Marine has been enlisted to work on a number of major projects including 80m Elements and 91.40m Moonlight II.

Project Future is the latest concept to be released by Alpha Marine, describing the project as ‘a bold expedition yacht capable of exploring any place on earth enabling guests to enjoy the most of all climates and locations.’

Whether the traditional Mediterranean and Caribbean destinations, or exploring the adventurous waters in the Pacific Northwest or South East Asia, Project Future is designed to provide guests with a luxurious base that offers plenty of inviting living spaces both on the exterior and interior.

Project Future will be able to accommodate up to 24 guests onboard, with a 40-strong crew to look after them.

The superyacht is certainly one for those with a sense of adventure, storing plenty of tenders to access remote areas as well as water toys to make the most of time at sea.

By George Bains
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