I normally do not comment on looks and style as they are purely a matter of taste, good or bad; but being described as an expeditionary yacht which parallels my preferred genre, notice was taken.
I have to say, with all due respect, it appears that for all the "open spaces" and questionable tender arrangement; the crew took it in the shorts. Being very familiar with the volume of a 45 meter having run Ambrosia I, it is certain that space for technical, crew and storage areas are already tight. This detracts from the "expeditionary" (ie., long range) capabilities of the vessel. Fine to have extra fuel, but without proper stores, you will be port hopping just to provision. How the yacht, galley and furnishing would be secured for sea based on what is visible is an interesting consideration.
Just my 2 cents.
The professional presentation of the yacht by YF
is to be applauded. Excellent coverage although I agree with others that more engineering and technical details are always appreciated.