M/Y Hideout was a hit when it went up on display at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show last fall. And with good reason.
From a design-centric perspective, Hideout is an unusually forward-thinking yacht. Her fast-displacement hull and superstructure come by way of Oficiana Italiana Design. M/Y Hideout has the rigorous charm of an expedition yacht. And her interiors—the work of Marty Lowe—are as wide-open as any living spaces we’ve seen in this size range.
The 87.5’ motor yacht was built by Italian yard Sanlorenzo, and launched last year. She is an SX88 model powered by three 800 HP Penta diesel engines, a reverse-angled windshield, and 9’ windows that can be lowered for a completely open feel.
Lowe’s interior vision employs plenty of white oak to bring natural texture to an otherwise loft-like, industrial-inflected design. The results are breathtakingly inviting, with a thoughtful style that works a naturalistic subtext into the living space. The broken wood grain in the floors is intended to suggest the leaves of a tree, and volcanic stone from Mt. Etna was used as an accent material in the galley and dining areas.
Other highlights include floating staircases, teak decks, a skylounge, hideaway crane for toy deployment, accommodations for eight in four staterooms, and three crew. Realistically priced at $6.750 million.