Conceived for an owner with a specific dream – to be able to dry out in tidal areas without compromising on performance – the NED 70 is a masterclass in flexibility. A stepped mast allows space for NavComms while doubling up as a crane to hoist the tender. Windows in the superstructure allow for swathes of natural light, as well as neat, integrated seating. Bilge keels and stabilizers fitted in the hull prevent the yacht from rolling in waves, but also facilitate the all-important drying out.
Designed in its entirety by Vripack, it benefits from a design language that is as fluid as it is aesthetically pleasing. Whitewashed oak paired with wengé details delivers a zen-like ambiance to the interior. Light and airy with a sophisticated layout, a pale palette accentuates the internal volume.
The owner’s cabin forward sits alongside the main saloon, itself benefitting from a generous galley and a six-person U-shaped dinette. Two helms (one on the flybridge) provide shifting vistas and fresh perspectives, as well as an outside hub for entertaining. And two luxurious guest cabins aft allow the onboard experiences to be shared with those who matter.