After a recent and fruitful collaboration, RMK Marine and Hot Lab Yacht & Design have just revealed the new RMK 5000 project provided in two versions: the True Luxury Explorer concept and the Leisure concept.
Both yachts will have a steel displacement hull designed to ice class standards and an aluminium superstructure. There will be also the possibility to choose between a diesel/electric propulsion and a diesel only system that will ensure long range cruising.
The main difference will be located on the spacious aft deck. The True Luxury Explorer will be designed to receive a 10.2m tender, and the area beneath will be dedicated to toys including submarine, diving room and jet-skis. There will be also an alternative layout with a heli deck version and the possibility to store a 9m tender under the main deck behind the engine room.
On the Leisure concept, the aft deck will boast a lovely 6m wide swimming pool and sunbeds. The 9m tender will be placed on the foredeck.
For both designs, the beach club area will be located at the stern. An additional feature comes with the hydraulically operated bottom hinged transom door which creates an extended area for the beach club.
Both projects will have generous accommodation for 10 guests and up to 9 crew members.
As for the interior, the True Luxury Explorer and the Leisure will have similar layout. The main difference will be spotted on the inside and outside dining areas.
On the Leisure concept, the interior dining table will be situated when entering the main deck through the convex shaped sliding doors and the alfresco dining table arrangement is situated one deck above on the wheelhouse deck. For the True Luxury Explorer concept there are two interior dining tables seating 10 people at a time. The purpose of having two inside dining tables is to be able to dine on the sun deck (observation deck) with 360 degrees of view in an enclosed area that can be turned into an alfresco dining area at the touch of a button operating the sliding doors during your voyages in warmer climates. The other dining table will be situated right on the wheelhouse deck.
Photos: Courtesy of RMK Marine / Hot Lab Yacht & Design