The classic schooner form has been taken into the superyacht stratosphere with this latest and most distinctive concept. The schooner style seems to be catching on a lot more these days and this beautiful creation has a beautifully overhanging stern and bow structures so characteristic of sea vessels of this kind. The concept is heavily influenced and inspired by popular 16th-century Dutch designs. The Dutch word ‘schoon’ means clean and good-looking, which aptly describe this fast and versatile boat.
The classic yacht type has been augmented to an innovative motor yacht concept based on present usage and years to come. The interior focuses on art, beauty and leisure, the things that matter most. The architecture is integrated into the stylish design providing a haven of privacy, sensory stimuli, inner peace and tranquility. You will be forgiven if you think you are in heaven! As you explore the beauty and richness that surround the sea, the Superyacht Schooner Concept is fit for royalty.
The whole idea is to provide space for all the meaningful things that are really important. The owner’s master suite is accessed by a private staircase and as you ascend you are greeted by flooded light cascading in from multiple skylights and glass ceilings. To say the views are incredible is a gross understatement. The Art of Life stern lounge affords 360 degrees panoramic views thanks to sizable floor-to-ceiling slanted Windows. The expansive lounge on the uppermost deck has glass facades, grand open decks and evolving views that change as the yacht’s wake disappears into the distance.
With an indoor health & beauty center located on the lower and the main decks, the central architectural staircase accentuates the spacious effect and feeling of open space. Add to all that the flybridge on top of the bridge deck, and you have optimum style, design and function perfect for enjoying the expansive vistas surrounding the sea world with your family and friends. You can use the outlying al fresco dining area to lounge about or party at sea or in port. They thought of everything with this marvelous sea craft, that alas is still a concept. Not to worry, today’s concept is tomorrow’s reality.