This 33m’s ancestral hull has been adapted in Taiwan by the Bremen-based design team to maximise all-round visibility. The exterior and interior lines of this superyacht are characterised by gentle graduations. Starting from the bow on the main deck, the owner’s en suite climbs into the seven-metre full-beam suite itself; from the owner’s suite another gentle climb enters the social spaces of the dining room and main salon.
The salon sits slightly below the panoramic dining room, providing an unobstructed view of the exterior from either room, it is a space characterised by openness with access to aft bathing platform. A half-raised pilothouse sits half a metre above the dining area overlooking the bow, the direction of view unhindered by the owner’s suite below.
Leading off the pilothouse is a flight of stairs to the half-covered flybridge. The flybridge provides an opportunity for the captain, owner and guests to make the most of the al fresco sailing experience unique to vessels of this size and smaller. A comfortable seating area with sun loungers is located aft.
Designed for six guests, including the owner’s suite, has allowed Beiderbeck design to be generous with the spaces afforded to each double stateroom.
A spacious tender garage aft doubles as a beach club, including a fully fitted bathroom. The large 1.6m by 5.5m dinghy can be boarded and launched at the touch of a button via the motorised bathing platform that also includes a hydraulic swimming ladder for guests to snorkel, swim and enjoy the water in any way they desire.
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