This is a 35m full-displacement vessel, with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, fully customised by the owner and designed by the in-house design team, Centro Stile.
The yacht comprises a traditional designwith modern touches, while she also features a raised pilot house.
The grey hull creates an elegant contrast with the white superstructure, which together with the wide windows on the main deck, deliver a sleek design to the external profile.
At mid ship, where the main salon is located, the structural bulwark has been lowered to deck level to leave space for a panoramic balcony which is positioned within the side passages. This area also features full headroom windows which give natural light to the interiors.
The sun deck is particularly voluminous, as well as the aft beach club.
The bespoke interior furniture has been handcrafted with large use of precious materials, such as different kinds of leather, fine joinery and stainless steel details, which have been designed Centro Stile with guidance from the owner.
The yacht features three guest cabins, one of which is a large VIP, as well as a full beam master suite, with double access, all located on the lower deck.
The crew area is divided between the main and the lower deck, with the galley and crew mess located forward on the main deck with dedicated access from the side passages and the three crew cabins, including the captain's cabin, located on the lower deck.
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