Project Maximus Superyacht

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The Project Maximus superyacht concept that was unveiled at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show
The Project Maximus superyacht concept that was unveiled at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show(Credit: Heeson Yachts)

Clifford Denn already has a portfolio that puts him in the elite category of maritime designers having previously designed passenger cruise liners for Cunard (such as the Queen Mary 2) and P&O. His latest concept, Project Maximus, shown at the Monaco Yacht Show last week, could begin a trend for superyachts by putting the wheelhouse one deck down and devoting the upper deck to the passengers, just as he has done with his work for Viking Ocean Cruise vessels.

Heeson Yachts’ Project Maximus is named not for the concept yacht’s size, which at 272 ft (83 m) barely sneaks into the 100 largest privately owned motor yachts in the world and is less than half the size of the biggest, the 592-ft (180.61-m) Lürssen-built Azzam owned by Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates.

There's little chance of overcrowding on Project Maximus as it carries a maximum 12 guests

Rather, the reason Project Maximus is thus named is that it maximizes usable space for the passengers both inside and out, and most importantly, it utilizes the top deck for optimal access to the changing scenery around one of the world’s most palatial mobile homes.

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