MERGING the luxury of an on-land mansion with the abilities of a megayacht sounds like the perfect recipe for a fabulous floating pad.
And it’s exactly what a renowned Dutch design studio has created to capture the essence of opulence and share it with the sea.
Water wizards at Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design unveiled their new 425ft concept ahead of the hotly anticipated Monaco Yacht show.
The vessel, named Poetry, will leave guests wishing they never had to return to shore thanks to its wealth of extravagant amenities.
Die megayacht boasts its own beach club with an infinity pool, spa, sauna, and beauty salon – meaning dry land will be a distant memory.
But designer Sander Sinot was keen to make sure the floating mansion feels “more like a home” than a cruise liner.
The design combines the perfect contrast of light and shadows, proving the perfect monochrome palette for its sleek and sexy design.
Guests can even manipulate the illuminations after dark – as the superyacht is equipped with ambient-controlled lighting to allow you to set the mood.
Looming deckheads paired with the promise of warm sunshine produce the perfect silhouette for the aptly named Poetry.
Sander’s incredible concept saw him go back to the drawing board and relocate the wheelhouse in a bid to maximise space.
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As well as adding another degree of privacy, it adds an attractive minimalistic look to the normally cluttered top deck.
And it allows the lucky owner to unwind in a humongous suite that spans the entire upper level.
It means there’s plenty of room for up to 14 guests and 47 crew members to enjoy while sailing the seas.
With a 19m beam, a maximum speed of 17.5 knots and a cruise speed of 12 knope, this sprawling superyacht is surprisingly cosy.
There are four guest staterooms, two VIP staterooms, and one owner’s stateroom to bed down in, making it perfect for entertaining.
Sander intended to create a design concept that “depicts the owner’s dreams – less formal, more genuine, more like a home.”
But despite his quest to achieve an intimate feel, the design marvel didn’t skimp on any luxury additions.
Stunning mock-up images show how each room would be kitted out with mod cons and beautiful neutral furnishings.
The other facilities on offer are directly “inspired by the flexibility you find in resorts”, ensuring every guest is catered for entirely.
Its impressive beach club, beauty salon with space for nail and beauty treatments, spa including sauna and hammam, and gym ready to melt away stresses and strains, may clinch the purchase for an uber-rich client.
There is even a stylish and snug cinema room with a gigantic screen to curl up and watch your favourite film in.
But for those who enjoy an afternoon of something more adventurous, it’s best to venture onto the deck.
This is a new, thematic approach to yacht design that starts with the dreams of the owner.
Sun worshippers can take a break from the rays with moveable deck heads, while swimmers can take a dive off extended platforms, allowing people to explore the ocean.
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and six huge fold-down hatches ensure the sea is never too far away from your eyeliner.
Or you can enjoy a bite to eat while relaxing in the semi-alfresco dining area with magnificent views of your chosen route.
Speaking about the design, which could one day be a reality, Sinot said: “This is a new, thematic approach to yacht design that starts with the dreams of the owner.
“For him/her we explore the inner values of space and how we live our lives with a mixture of elements that people normally do not think about.
“This is a poetic concept inspired by the flexibility you find in resorts, having the freedom to enjoy privacy or socializing with family or friends.
“By moving the wheelhouse to a new location, we could create a genuine private area to be enjoyed by the owner.”
Sinot Architecture & Design have nearly thirty superyacht projects under its belt after making a name for itself over the years.
Poetry’s design will be presented by the firm at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 at the Yacht Design & Innovation Hub.