To have your own ship give independence and the freedom, to have your home with you wherever there is the ocean. This design of a 215 feet long yaught with its fluid and clear lines, express this independence, with a strong focus on an open and light-flooded interior.
The styling is determined by terraced free spaces which are covered by teak . Thus a variety of how to position the outdoor furniture is given. Furthermore, straight Iined respectively curved glass facades follow the ship’s outline design styling . The flowing Iines of the hull’s shell form a contrast by enclosing the separate decks up to the top.
Right between the two stairs, you find a pool. By folding away the big hull parts at the stern, the hull turns into an infinity pool, offering a wide view to the open sea.
At the bow of the ship, you find a heliport, which is marked by an unobtrusive circle . The large available space at the stern accommodates a big dining table as well as a lounge area with a big seat bench. Right behind that, and between the two stairs , you find a pool. By folding away the big hull parts at the stern, the hull turns into an infinity pool, offering a wide view to the open sea. On deck as well as inside, rooms are full of light. The motto is reduction in order to simply enjoy travelling on the high seas.