The cre­ativ­ity in Ital­ian mega yachts

Avion Luxury International Airport Magazine - - YACHTS -

Beau­ti­ful, large and pow­er­ful. El­e­gant, use­ful and us­able. Long, tall and slim. Rich, lux­u­ri­ous and fa­mous. Th­ese are just some of the ad­jec­tives to de­scribe the world's most pres­ti­gious Ital­ian yachts. Even though the Ger­mans, Dutch and Amer­i­cans know their busi­ness, those fly­ing the Ital­ian flag are of­ten cho­sen above the oth­ers for their beau­ti­ful de­signs, for the taste in their choice of tech­niques and ma­te­ri­als, and last but not least, be­cause they carry the “sig­na­ture” of bril­liant de­sign­ers. From Monaco to Cannes, among the stars of 2017 pro­duced by the Ital­ian yacht­ing in­dus­try, there are brands that stand out for their cre­ativ­ity, innovation and, at times, bold­ness, but with­out go­ing over the top, and which demon­strate that ex­tra some­thing, such as new de­sign fea­tures, new ma­te­ri­als or, sim­ply, new ideas about pri­vacy and us­abil­ity of ar­eas, as well as tech­no­log­i­cal ad­vances in on-board ser­vices for guest en­ter­tain­ment and, last but not least, ma­rine “toys” in­cluded with the pur­chase, which are the essence of an in­dus­try that con­tin­ues to grow and amaze the world. The per­son who chose, for ex­am­ple, the 48-me­tre Bagli­etto “An­di­amo” had clear ideas on the clas­sic style for the in­te­ri­ors. Om­nipresent is African wood, which fur­nishes and en­hances al­most ev­ery area be­low deck. But it is on the high­est deck of this yacht that the best is seen, which is at the top of its cat­e­gory in terms of length and, per­haps, area, prob­a­bly beat­ing many of the yachts in larger cat­e­gories. The ex­quis­ite sun deck of “An­di­amo” is some 140 square me­tres and is dec­o­rated like an open-air club with an area for eat­ing, shaded by a rigid top and equipped with grill area and bar, large for­ward sun deck and in­fin­ity pool with water­fall. There are 340 square me­tres in­side, not in­clud­ing the bridge, tech­ni­cal ar­eas and ar­eas for equip­ment, which have been dec­o­rated with an up-to-date style and em­bel­lished with exquisitely fine ma­te­ri­als such as onyx and pol­ished ebony. The choices on board the “Seven Sins“

In aper­tura e in questa pag­ina. Su­pery­acht di 52 metri San­lorenzo 'Seven Sins', ca­pace di rac­chi­ude ricer­cate novità stilis­tiche e in­no­vazioni tec­niche all'avan­guardia in sole 500 ton­nel­late di stazza. A de­stra. La nav­igazione spet­ta­co­lare dello yacht "Sport 201" di ISA. Open­ing and on this page. San­lorenzo de­vel­oped the 52-me­tre su­pery­acht 'Seven Sins', that com­bines re­fined el­e­gance with the lat­est tech­ni­cal innovation in only 500 tons. Right. The spec­tac­u­lar sail­ing of the yacht "Sport 201" by ISA. Per ul­te­ri­ori in­for­mazioni/ For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion: bagli­etto.com; isay­achts.com; san­loren­zoy­acht.com

by San­lorenzo are very dif­fer­ent. This yacht of­fers 5 decks of el­e­gant lux­ury and was cre­ated in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Of­fic­ina Ital­iana De­sign. The way it can be ex­pe­ri­enced is par­tic­u­larly ap­pre­ci­ated as soon as the anchor is low­ered, when, once the garage is emp­tied (by open­ing the aft door, the garage area is flooded to al­low the ten­der to slip grace­fully out), the lat­eral ter­races open and a panel low­ers down from over­head, com­plet­ing the teak floor of the Beach Club and re­veal­ing the trans­par­ent bot­tom of the swim­ming pool above. In short, when the boat is sta­tion­ary guests in the won­der­ful aft pool can look down­wards at the sea through the trans­par­ent bot­tom, as if there was no bar­rier. Th­ese unique ex­pe­ri­ences are com­bined with the in­cred­i­ble live­abil­ity of the low­est deck. In this area, the ter­races al­low guests to en­joy the sun at sea level or pro­vide an area for swim­ming in­side, in the shade, in well ven­ti­lated area (or, al­ter­na­tively, with the garage floor lifted up, a won­der­fully large space). Even more dif­fer­ent is the phi­los­o­phy of the ISA “Sport 120“, a 37-me­tre yacht that pro­vides a link be­tween the old man­age­ment and the new one, be­ing the first prod­uct from Palumbo. Within its more con­tained size (com­pared to the above mega yachts), there is a dis­tinc­tive bal­ance be­tween the large ter­races over the sea, the cock­pit and the fly bridge, which find their equiv­a­lent in the enor­mous, very bright in­ter­nal salon and the spa­cious cab­ins. The in­te­ri­ors, which can be fully per­son­alised, ben­e­fit from a clever use of vol­umes: the owner's cabin, for ex­am­ple, is on two lev­els, which al­lows the bow area of the main and lower deck to be used ef­fi­ciently. A gem that is more unique than rare: as­pects that am­ply demon­strate to the world a cre­ative flair and un­com­mon de­sign ef­fort.

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