Golden Yachts has unveiled Project X

In Greece, the 88-meter Golden Yachts superyacht Project X just launched.

Project X combines a heady design mix of Greek and Italian calligraphy. Ken Freivokh’s design company created the outside styling for this over 3,000 GT superyacht, while Massari Design designed the interior and construction took place in Greece.

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Project X contains seven guest staterooms, as well as a VIP and an owner’s suite, which are more private due to their location on the bridge deck. For the guest areas, Massari Design went all out with the interior styling, employing over 150 different materials. The rooms are attractively decorated with rare leathers, sharp marbles, and a variety of woods and metals.

There is lots of social space on Project X, as well as a stunning atrium that unites three of the five decks. Guests can take one of many glass elevators, the largest of which is placed in the atrium and is the largest glass elevator ever constructed on a boat. One of Project X’s most notable features is a large gym on the sundeck, as well as a beech club with a spectacular wellness room that includes a Turkish Hammam and a Finnish Sauna.

A 7.5-meter by three-meter glass-walled swimming pool is also available onboard. Her forward-facing helipad is another notable feature. Project X also offers plenty of outside living space, including a very elegant marble dining table that can seat up to 18 people on her upper deck.

Project X is powered by twin Caterpillar engines that enable her to reach a top speed of 17.5 knots. She has a range of 6,000 nautical miles while travelling at 14 knots.