Following the sale of Illusion, Pride Mega Yachts believes it can remain competitive in the upper end of the megayacht market. In that spirit, it’s revealing a glimpse of Tomorrow, a 328-foot-plus (100-meter-plus) concept. It’s truly just a glimpse: The partial side view above is all that Pride Mega Yachts will show for now. Pride Mega Yachts is reserving full details for visitors to its stand at the Monaco Yacht Show next week.
Tomorrow draws inspiration from Illusion, which measures 291 feet (88.8 meters). They share an exterior stylist and naval architect in the form of Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and Azure Naval Architects, respectively. Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design is further contributing interior design to Tomorrow.
Tomorrow’s extra length is enhanced by six decks and floor-to-ceiling glass in most areas. Some alfresco areas are further highlighted by curved glass balconies, as the teaser illustration reveals.
Specifics on interior design will be available at the boat show, as will technical specifications. For now, Pride Mega Yachts will say that Tomorrow has ceiling heights of nearly 9’8” (3 meters) on the main deck. In fact, Tomorrow should have voluminous spaces throughout all decks.
If you visit Pride Mega Yachts at the Monaco show, you can also learn about Estatement. This is the 277-foot (115-meter) concept it created a few months ago. Estatement features upper-deck VIP suites that Pride Mega Yachts likens to loft spaces. The owner’s suite occupies much of the forward main deck. The yacht concept further includes a central spiral staircase topped by a skylight and flanked by full-height glass on some decks.