Designed exclusively by Enrico Gobbi at Team for Design for the Dutch shipyard Oceanco, the 86.70 metre superyacht design Colosseum has today been revealed to the industry. Amongst her most notable characteristics is the use of glass throughout her design which connect the interior and exterior areas, creating a real sense of inside-outside.
Accommodation is provided for 14 guests as well as a substantial crew of 28. Guest accommodation consists of an expansive owner’s suite, two VIP cabins and four double guest cabins.
An innovative feature includes the opening side terraces off both the owner’s and VIP suites, which also work to create a distinctive effect on Colosseum’s profile. Furthermore, the vertical windows in the VIP and guest areas mirror the nearly vertical bow - an effect reminiscent of the automotive industry.
She provides an abundance of spacious areas for guests to fully take advantage of, including a 19 metre pool located at her stern which is both visually imposing whilst remaining completely private due to its high elevation. Continuing the overall design theme of large windows and transparency, the pool is surrounded by glass sides.
Just below the pool, a large wellness area is found including a gym and sauna, offering stunning panoramic water level views. The fly deck boasts further picture-perfect panoramic views for guests to take in, as well as being equipped with a second large pool surrounded by sun beds, a fully equipped bar and an observation area forward with lounge-seating area.
In regards to her performance, she will be powered by twin MTU 20V4000M73L engines of 4,828 hp each, giving her a top speed of 18.5 knots. She will also provide ample space for a wide variety of tenders and toys, including a helicopter seating up to seven passengers, a 10.5 metre limo tender and an 11 metre luxury sports tender.