With split-level decks and sole to ceiling glazing, some of the luxury yacht Stella Mari’s appealing attributes are clear to see. What is not immediately apparent however is the degree of engineering sophistication and environmental responsibility that the luxury yacht possesses, both of which elevates VSY’s latest launch to another level altogether.
The design was entrusted to the expertise of Espen Øino and the naval architecture to Laurent Giles Naval Architects. VSY produced an exclusive project blending traditional elements of design and layout with new variations on a theme – such as the staggered internal decks, the heights of the saloons and the innovative form of the bow.
Espen Øino, one of the mega yacht sector’s busiest designers, we’re stuck by her strong masculine presence, a style usually favored by relatively young Russian owners.
Stella Maris has an unusual but pleasing blunted bow, through the oversized portholes and into the expanses of sole to ceiling lateral glazing, this mega yacht is an original and well-executed design. Natural light and abundant sea views are a highlight of the interior yacht.
The interior yacht design by Studio Reverberi is based on simple lines but refined, embellished with natural stones, fabrics and veneers that spell freshness, lightness and luminosity where the external and internal ambiences merge. This new 72-metre is yet another example of VSY’s ability to interpret the most exclusive ideas of an Owner creating leisure crafts where living as sea is an unimaginable privilege and pleasure.
A certified helideck and a sundeck, conceived also for evening use with suitable atmospheric lighting, are featured by essential materials and colour tones reminiscent of a Mediterranean beach which is even more emphasized by the large beach area located near the water.