Exterior Designer/ Naval Architect: Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects Ltd

Interior Designer: Overall Design by Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects Ltd – Interior Decor by Design Unlimited

Shipyard/ Completion Centre: Dunya Yachts

Interior Construction: Ulutas

King Benji, an impressive 47-meter Adventure Yacht, redefines the boundaries of luxury, adventure, and versatility in the realm of superyachts. Designed by the visionary team at Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd. in collaboration with the Design Unlimited team, King Benji stands as a testament to an “unlimited” approach to free space, pleasure, and adventure yachting.

Designed to accommodate 10 guests and 10 crew members for extended cruising and adventurous travel, King Benji seamlessly blends luxury with nature in its interior. The exterior, marked by unique inviting spaces, incorporates a plethora of features and activities. The aft deck, boasting a 10-tonne crane, spans nearly 2000 square feet, providing an expansive canvas for recreational activities such as basketball, yoga, or launching the custom-built 40’ Nor-Tech that reaches 80+ mph.

The Master suite, with its private deck and owners bar, exudes opulence, while four distinct guest suites below deck offer unique themes and colour contrasts. The collaboration between Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd. and Design Unlimited ensures a seamless transition between interior and exterior spaces, creating a harmonious onboard experience.

The design prioritises both guest comfort and crew efficiency. Unique staterooms set the tone, each themed around post-modern art deco meeting the subterranean charm of the deep blue sea. The main lounge connects upper and lower decks via a feature staircase, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor spaces. King Benji’s dual-purpose design elements allow the crew to navigate seamlessly, ensuring an unrivalled 5-star resort experience for guests.

In the competitive landscape of superyachts, King Benji stands out with its modern exploration style, luxurious accommodations, and unparalleled toy integration. A collaboration of various skills and specialists, from naval architects to wood and metalworkers, brought this project to life, creating not just a yacht but a masterpiece of design and functionality.