Meyer Yachts has expanded its portfolio with a second superyacht concept that joins its A50, unveiled last year. The German shipbuilder has gone even further, and its newest addition has a length of 210 meters.The Two10 is equipped with a durable propulsion system, much like its sister the A50, because Meyer Yachts is determined to “build the greenest superyachts in the world”. Its length was cleverly concealed by its exterior styling, which was kept flat and tight. But climb aboard and its size is imposing; on the foredeck, for example, she not only has a helipad but also a full-size tennis court. Meyer Yachts also revealed that the Two10 will be equipped with a beach club that spans two decks and will house a suspended infinity pool, located above the aft bar. This pool is said to be the largest pane of glass ever installed on a yacht.Lily: At the shipyard with Meyer Werft: the cruise ship giant looking to enter the superyacht market
“The Two10 illustrates the capabilities of the Meyer Group in all respects and we are currently very pleased with the response to our yachting business,” commented Lars Kruse, Head of Sales at Meyer Yachts.