Zuccon Superyacht Design (ZSYD) has unveiled the concept of Teti, a 94m vessel that features sporty lines and seven bridges.
The studio says her design is based on the constant search for the right balance between internal and external spaces. “Traditionally, the trend in boats of such size is to privilege the interior spaces at the expense of outdoors and external lines therefore simply sketches a sort of shell, which often seems to shut down the surrounding environment.”
The upper deck is the focal point of action, as opposed to more traditional layouts where stern deck and sundeck were the sole areas dedicated to the outdoor activities.
The deck is entirely dedicated to guests and their entertainment. Together with a more traditional large table and pool area on the aft terrace, the bow area displays a second environment that develops in continuity with the internal dining lounge, and becomes a connection element between the outdoor seating area and the second large pool.
Moving all the guests related activity on the upper deck frees enough space for four tenders, ranging between 8m and 10m.
The owner has the chance to play with a versatile layout: in addition to a tender bay that opens on the left side allowing to navigate the tender inside the floodable beach club — a solution already adopted on CRN70 J’ade — there is then the second, more traditional, starboard garage that can host another 10m tender.
In addition, sacrificing a portion of the living area on the main deck, other two tenders, about 10m long as well, can be accommodated onboard.
Commenting on the project, Bernardo Zuccon, architect and Teti designer, says: “Large vessels are built to last. With the 94m Teti we introduced new contents in the project without drifting from that timeless idea that, even though is strictly connected with an ongoing research, it has indeed a key role in the current market,” he concludes.