Viareggio Superyachts this summer launched the 72-meter (236-foot) Stella Maris. The yacht’s design is by Espen Øino and the naval architecture by Laurent Giles Naval Architects. The yacht blends traditional elements of design and layout with new variations such as, staggered internal decks, substantial headroom in the salons and an innovative bow shape. The layout of the 2,270 GRT yacht has created interior volumes more often seen in yachts of greater dimensions.
Stella Maris has a separate owner’s deck and salons with finished heights of 270 cm (8ft 10in), as well as the pleasure of enjoying green landscapes at sea, thanks to the presence of real houseplants crossing the decks. Internal and external spaces are interpreted in an unconventional way. For example, in the two most important salons and the owner’s cabin, there are walls made entirely of glass. A certified helideck and a sundeck, conceived also for evening use with suitable atmospheric lighting, are accented by essential materials and color tones reminiscent of a Mediterranean beach—a theme carried through to the large beach area located near the water.
The interior design by Studio Reverberi is based on simple, but refined lines and is embellished with natural stones, fabrics and veneers that meant to convey freshness, lightness and luminosity where the external and internal ambiences merge.
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