Damned ugly and no access to bow deck... typical work of 'designer' without clew about boats.
Tell us what you really think Albert! ;-)
I'd be interested to know how they control the 'docking' of the anchor...what happens, for instance if it comes up facing the wrong way.
Hidden anchors are uncommon but nothing new... a number of superyachts incorporate them, but they have very complex systems to ensure that they come up properly
To qualify as access to bow deck, they need certain width of side deck and some grab rails... But seems they do not waste time reading ISO standards
Will, for anchor they need either a tender or a swimmer They can't physically see the anchor from the deck.