Seashell yacht

The Conch 90m superyacht takes inspiration from the swirling twists and fluid shapes of a variety of these ocean objects. British Designer Alex McDiarmid is the magical mind behind this seashell-inspired yacht concept.

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The shells on the top of the boat actually have the purpose of acting as skylights—letting light in and achieving a dazzling visual display.

The hull is made from steel while the superstructure is in aluminium, the more common combination for this size of yacht.
Length: 90m / 295ft



Beam: 14.2m / 47ft

Power: 2 x 4,830hp MTU 20V 4000 M73L

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A hybrid power Diesel Electric propulsion system with pod drives, electric Voith Inline Propulsors/thrusters

Max Speed: Approximately 18 Knots



Range: 6,900 nautical miles at 14 knots

Fuel Capacity: Approximately 280,000 liters

Berth capacity for guests 16

Berth capacity for crew 20

Master suite, with owner’s salon, exterior balcony and private exterior deck area

McDiarmid Design