The five-deck yacht’s most striking features are her reverse bow and vibrant red and white paintwork. She features naval architecture by Horacio Bozzo Design and an interior designed by Alessandro Massari/Studio Massari.
The shipyard worked in close collaboration with the naval architect, the sales broker Fernando Nicholson, the captain/owner’s representative, Colin Skinner, and the interior designer, to build a yacht full of distinctive features.
The unconventional layout features an owners’ private balcony – accessible from their stateroom – and a large aft deck terrace. Foldable bulwarks on the main deck grant a full view to the exterior.
A large beach club with foldable stern and side platforms is ideal for water toys and tender’s docking, giving access to the water by automatic and gentle-angled submerged stairs. The main garage is located forward on main deck and will carry a 9m tender and a 5.5m crew tender.
Two Caterpillars 3512C engines will propel the yacht to a speed of 16.5 knots with a trans-pacific range.
The yacht will undergo the final commissioning phase in the forthcoming coming weeks.