Project VORA is a 72m (236ft) motoryacht with a distinctive performance profile. The studio took a fresh look at how the main deck is utilised to create generous, easily accessible open spaces at main deck level. The positioning of the superstructure played an important role in this process, allowing the creation of two distinct external entertaining spaces fore and aft. This approach to the layout has delivered exceptional levels of privacy and versatility.
The interiors will include floor to ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon and master stateroom, allowing these spaces to feel like extensions of the external decks and opening up the possibility of dramatic lighting displays for those viewing her from neighbouring yachts or from the shore. The open space theme is further enhanced by the introduction of a ‘one way’ glass floor to the main saloon, giving a completely uninterrupted view of the pool and sunbathing area below.
With further attention to detail, the tender garages have been positioned such that the tenders are launched and can be accessed amidships, ensuring the privacy of the owner and guests when they are enjoying the aft deck areas.
Design Unlimited is continuing to develop the concept and will be presenting it to interested parties over the coming months.