Facheris Design Reveals New Superyacht Concept 'Mogul 111'

By Heather Collier

Initial designs for an 111-metre concept have been released in a collaboration between The Yacht Mogul and Patrizio Facheris of Italian studio Facheris Design.

The US-based design studio Facheris Design has unveiled its latest concept, the 111-metre Mogul 111. The yacht has been designed in collaboration with Denis Suka, founder of The Yacht Mogul. 

Founded by Patrizio Facheris, the studio has created Mogul 111 as the sistership of their previous design Aegis 135 concept, with both vessels sharing a similar sleek design.

Key features include a gym, sauna, and meeting room. Guests will be able to touch down with ease thanks to a touch-and-go helipad planned for the bow of the main deck.

Built from steel and aluminium, a fortified flybridge is built into the profile of the yacht, with the curvature of the superstructure maintaining a continuous flow in its descent towards the beach club.

In terms of accommodation, she is said to host up to 30 guests in 15 luxurious staterooms. Generous living spaces span across its five decks, with wellbeing facilities available for those seeking rest and rejuvenation on board. 

An array of toys and a tender will also be found below deck in dedicated storage thanks to the planned 4699 GT on board.

Guests can also indulge in a glass-fronted infinity pool, with two further Jacuzzis located on the main and upper decks, providing many options for those seeking a spot of relaxation and sun-worshipping.

Mogul 111's propulsion has been imagined to have MTU 20VOL 4000 M73L Diesel engines.

By Heather Collier