Member of Deutsche Yachten showed the TWO10 concept with sustainable propulsion at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Just one year after the official launch of MEYER YACHTS at the Monaco Yacht Show 2021, the brand continues to pursue its course towards green yachts and is now already unveiling a second spectacular yacht concept: the TWO10 – a 210-meter project. Like the ONE50, the TWO10 will feature sustainable propulsion solutions to meet the claim of  MEYER YACHTS to build the greenest superyachts in the world.

The profile of the TWO10 is kept flat; however, a look at the decks illustrates the yacht’s enormous size. Technically, the TWO10, like the ONE50, relies on green propulsion solutions, for example with fuel cells and battery systems. “Here we show once again what innovations MEYER YACHTS is capable of. We design our concepts in such a way that we can also make them a reality in this form. This makes our yachts technology pioneers from which many other types of ships and people will also benefit,” explains Managing Director Jan Meyer.

The entire design of the TWO10 focused on novel solutions. In perspective, drones can also be used for passenger transport on the helipad in the bow area and charged directly on board with the green electricity generated onboard. Thanks to the generous space available, there is also room for a complete tennis court, which is fenced in by a fine-mesh net during play. 

The TWO10’s other features include a beach club that extends over two decks and has an infinity pool suspended virtually above the bar. Towards stern swimming guests look thereby by the largest disk, which was ever used also a yacht. Lars Kruse, Head of Sales of MEYER YACHTS: “The TWO10 illustrates the capacities of the MEYER Group in every respect. We are currently very satisfied with the response to our yachting activities.”

Claus-Ehlert Meyer, Managing Director of the working group Deutsche Yachten, comments: “It is a pleasure to have members like Meyer Werft in the working group. With its innovative strength, the Papenburg-based company is a beacon for the Made in Germany seal.”