One of the nice things about fashioning successful yachts from across the design spectrum is the leeway it gives to blend ideas. This sleek 133-foot sloop is a superb example as she has a hull shape somewhere in-between Aphrodite I and Bharlin Blue, yet the design is not as plumb-bowed as Aphrodite II and has a narrower stern than Temptation. The original client intended to explore remote areas, hence the inclusion of a distinctive pilot house concept with wraparound windows, within which is incorporated a navigation station and breakfast area. The interior layout also includes an upper saloon with formal dining room, a lower multimedia lounge and three guest suites. Impressive as these areas are, the pièce de résistance below decks is a giant owner's stateroom with walk-in wardrobes. Although changed circumstances forced a rethink for the client, this design simply must take physical shape in the near future. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
1.8 - 4.0 m