Gill Schmid unveils 75-metre “Mystique”


New York design house Gill Schmid Design has unveiled a new 75-metre ICE-class explorer superyacht, Mystique.

The yacht is a collaborative design between Gill Schmid and German shipbuilder Doerries Yachts. It is being built for a private client.

A spokesman for Gill Schmid Design said: “Mystique is for the world traveller not limited by space or location. Someone with an extreme and adventurous lifestyle who loves to entertain new ideas, new friends and new destinations and – above all- new experiences.”

Mystique features six guest suites, accommodating up to 12 guests, alongside quarters for 25 crew.

In keeping with the adventurous theme, Mystique offers a vast amount of tender space in both the interior and exterior. In the boat’s current configuration, it will include Triton submarines, sailing catamaran, interceptor, jet skis, limousine tender, luxury tender and dive boat on board.

A fully certified helipad is located on the aft deck, which can double as a party space, DJ stage or basketball court. There is also an option to fit a helicopter garage with surround beach club and sinkable pool that can be transformed into an open air tender store.

The yacht’s unique features include fitted solar panels that can power an on-board OceanFarm with hydroponic, fish tanks and food labs. This allows food to be grown, prepared and served on board.