Able to host up to 26 guests, with 30 crew, Tomorrow will feature six decksl. Naval architecture is by Azure Naval Architects and the exterior and interior design by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design. A design for the future, Tomorrow will be the largest superyacht to be built in China when construction begins.
The design team for Tomorrow drew inspiration from Xian Dai - the new era of modernity, an age in which new visions and exciting technology generate prosperity and a higher quality of life.
And despite her size Tomorrow is being marketed as 'a versatile design, suited as a family yacht, an exploration base and for socialising and high end entertainment.' The interior styling is centred around a luxurious beach style, personalised by the owner’s choice of artwork.
Tomorrow boasts an impressive interior volume of 4800GT, with space and height a key feature throughout every space. A modern design, with sweeping lines and circular forms, creates a functional yet spatial experience. Curved ceiling-to-floor glass and panelling on the three top decks of the superstructure and the two other aft decks open up unobstructed views and easy access to the outside areas. This spacious feeling flows through into the main lounge which has an interior height of almost three metres.
A notable interior feature is the large nautilus shell inspired staircase, connecting all decks except the sun deck. The staircase is highlighted by a circular skylight that bathes every deck in natural light.
On deck Tomorrow has plenty of exterior spaces, replete with sunbeds, pools and Jacuzzis. On the main deck a striking circular pool with recessed seating is a focal point.
Sliding ceiling-to-floor glass doors connect the exterior to the interior spaces. Accessibility to the aft decks is further facilitated by a split level set-up which accommodates the royal half-circular exterior stairs. On the aft deck, a swim platform connects to a large indoor beach club, allowing guests to enjoy time close to the sea.
Nowhere is the space on board Tomorrow better demonstrated than on the owner’s private deck. The owner’s stateroom features a floor-to-ceiling glass facade, complemented by a circular skylight. Bleached walnut back-wall panels, silk carpets and exclusive sunburst marquetry veneer on the doors bring further richness and refinement.
The owner’s aft deck lounge will allow the owners to enjoy close proximity to the sea from rotating seating by the glass doors that lead out to the aft deck. A light dome in the teak ceiling allows for different moods and ambiances to be created. High quality hardwood flooring flows through from the interior to merge with the exterior deck.
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