Meet The ‘Mission Impossible’ Superyacht
With two hot tubs and space for 10 guests and two tenders, Mr Hunt is ready for adventure.
Designing a superyacht was the mission, and Vom Creations chose to accept it. The Slovenian design firm has just unveiled a new 58-metre explorer concept inspired by the Mission Impossible films and needless to say, it packs a punch.
The vessel, dubbed Mr Hunt, was fittingly named after the $3.5 billion franchise’s quick-witted protagonist Ethan Hunt (played ably by Tom Cruise) and is equipped with everything a world-class spy needs. The team decided to turn the concept into a fully-fledged explorer designed to tackle the high seas.
In addition to the six-film series, Mr Hunt takes cues from the SS Vega, which was the first yacht to voyage through the North-East Passage. As such, the vessel sports a near-vertical plumb bow to power through ice, along with a cutting-edge hydrogen propulsion system for clean and efficient cruising. Mr Hunt is also equipped with a set of solar panels on the roof that can power the onboard electronics while you and your friends explore the farthest reaches of the globe.
Onboard, the tri-deck vessel was designed to offer as much outdoor space as possible so seafarers can enjoy the ocean views.
“The team was mostly inspired by the scenery you can see in ‘Mission Impossible’ movies, therefore the most outstanding feature had to be the openness of the yacht towards the outside,” Vom Creations said in a statement.
The bow features a dedicated lounge area with the requisite jacuzzi, while the aft offers a sprawling sky lounge with a fully stocked bar and yet another jacuzzi. Elsewhere, the main deck features a large expandable platform at the stern where espionage-style gear can be stored, including two tenders and three powerful Jet Skis. This means they can be easily accessed should one need to make a quick escape. And while we haven’t seen renderings of the interior, its description certainly sounds comfortable. The vessel can sleep a total of 10 guests across five cabins, including one master stateroom with direct access to the bow jacuzzi and four VIP suites. Guests will have access to a sauna, library and other luxury amenities. (There’s also space for 11 crew.) Sounds like the perfect place to chill while in between missions.
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