Inside incredible plan for the massive 688ft MEGAYACHT ‘TWO10’, complete with tennis court, swimming pool and helipad

PLANS have been launched for a massive mega yacht measuring more than 200 meters in length, complete with its own tennis court, swimming pools and helipad.

Designed by German shipbuilder Meyer Werft Group, the opulent superyacht TWO10 features a two-deck beach club and floating infinity pool.

A new 200+ meter superyacht has been unveiled

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A new 200+ meter superyacht has been unveiledPhoto credit: Meyer Group
It features a huge infinity pool

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It features a huge infinity poolPhoto credit: Meyer Group
The helipad at the bow doubles as a full-size tennis court

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The helipad at the bow doubles as a full-size tennis courtPhoto credit: Meyer Group

And the company from Papenburg in Lower Saxony wants to build even larger ships with a length of up to 500 meters.

The design for the yacht, which spans 210 meters (688 feet) in length, was unveiled at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.

In addition to a large tennis court at the bow, which also serves as a helipad, the pool features the largest glass panel ever installed on a yacht.

Below the pool is a bar with a gallery-style glass balcony complete with sofas and coffee tables.

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Lars Kruse, Sales Manager of Meyer Yachts, said at the fair: “The TWO10 illustrates the performance of the Meyer Group in every respect and we are currently very satisfied with the response to our yacht activities”.

It is the second design to come out of the yard’s superyacht division, having unveiled plans for the 150-metre ONE50 concept at last year’s Monaco Yacht Show.

Founded in 1975, the company claims it will conquer the high-end of the yacht market with a goal of building the “world’s largest and greenest megayachts”. BOOT International.

Meyer Group Chief Executive Bernard Meyer said: “We can realize almost unlimited ideas and ship sizes – even the craziest.

“We are currently seeing that the demand for mega yachts is increasing and there is room for another shipyard in this segment.”

Yachting website autoevolution.com said of the latest craft: “Thanks to the clever exterior design with smooth, even lines, its length is subtly camouflaged when viewed from the outside.”

This year’s Monaco Yacht Show showcased a range of stunning opulence from the world of luxury shipbuilding.

They included the remarkable new Superyacht divided in half by glass.

Dutch shipbuilder Feadship’s 280-foot vessel The Slice features a strip of glass that runs entirely from bow to stern.

We can realize almost limitless ideas and ship sizes – even the craziest

Bernard MeierManaging Director, Meyer Group

It is designed to allow natural light to filter in through multiple decks – addressing one of the key complaints wealthy owners have about their yachts.

According to Feadship, the most common complaints among yacht owners are the “long hallways, dark interiors and stacked living spaces”.

It continues: “The brief for the engineering and design team was to challenge the zeitgeist of typical yacht layouts by exploring natural light and vertical spaces.

“More specifically, the brief called for a linear ‘mountain to sea’ transition.

“A pane running in the middle opens up countless space and lighting options.

“Corridors are so much more than just hallways leading from one room to another – they have their own purpose and become pleasant spaces in their own right.”

Another eye-catching design unveiled ahead of this year’s Monaco Yacht Show is a 425-foot “floating mansion” complete with infinity pool, beach club and cinema.

Dutch-built ship Poetry’s designer, Sander Sinot, said the aim was to make the yacht feel “more like a home” than a cruise ship.

Its design combines a perfect contrast of light and shadow and includes ambient-controlled lighting that allows the owner to set the mood.

A minimalist look aims to change the shape of the normally cluttered upper deck.

It can accommodate up to 14 guests and 47 crew members.

Underneath the infinity pool is a bar overlooking the stern

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Underneath the infinity pool is a bar overlooking the sternPhoto credit: Meyer Group
The ship was presented at this year's Monaco Yacht Show

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The ship was presented at this year’s Monaco Yacht ShowPhoto credit: Meyer Group

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