The company created by deceased superyacht interior designer Alberto Pinto still continues the legacy he left behind when it comes to designing hotels, private residences, palaces and even jets. Today we’re having a look at the long legacy he left behind when it comes to luxury yachts.
This amazing luxury yacht was built and delivered all the way back into 2007. Since then she’s managed to earn lots of awards when it comes to her quality design thanks to features such as her huge beach club area and swimming pool on the aft deck conceived by exterior designer Carlo Nuvolari.
When it comes to her interior design made by Alberto Pinto, it blends elegant understatement with pop art. It features a staircase that wraps around a glass lift shaft. She can accommodate up to 12 people alongside a crew of 28 crew members.
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This was a notable yacht at the time of her launch due to the fact that she was the debut build from Dunya Yachts, presenting herself with several good examples of top superyacht craftsmanship, engineering and materials. Alberto Pinto himself created a contemporary beach house style with a light interior composed by light-coloured woods as well as some natural fabrics such as straw and leather.
Previously known as Felix, Nita K II has the capacity to sleep around 10 guests in 5 rooms, specifically involving a master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. Her interior design by Alberto Pinto is cosy and warm mostly thanks to the wooden and warm colours composing all of the elements in the rooms of the vessel.
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This is a good example of a yacht whose interior and exterior lines were designed both by Alberto Pinto. The result is an elegant, and stately yacht ready to accommodate guests with distinct needs and tastes. As a matter of fact, this is the perfect yacht for you, if you like group parties and/or activities.
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Lastly, we have Kadimos yacht, built by Couach Yachts and delivered in 2007. This yacht which has an interior design by Alberto Pinto and an outside created by Exequiel Cano Lanza (with Guy Couach developing the naval architecture) presents herself as a vessel of timeless beauty as well as a sumptuous seating feature developed with the intention of creating an elegant and comfortable atmosphere for guests and owners alike