Halo was outfitted in a record time of just 33 months. The radical exterior styling by Harrison Eidsgaard was created in close cooperation with the owner. Dark window bands in a warm grey Awlgrip Mocca unite the side deck windows. With a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 5000 nautical miles, Halo has been specifically designed for world cruising.
The sun deck is exceptionally large for a 57-metre yacht. The dark grey coloured custom Jacuzzi stands out visually, and can be easily covered by an innovative carbon fibre sun awning built into the canopy that slides out electrically. Further forward, Halo has an enclosed mooring deck, with hatches that open on both sides, and a helicopter platform. Aft are two large garages either side of the centreline beach club for Halo’s two custom eight-metre tenders. The tenders are launched by an innovative system of overhead beam cranes and the door of this area slides up and under the sun pad on the main deck above to open to the water.
The interior design is by Bernardi Peschard, the first superyacht project for this renowned design office.