Dutch builder Van der Valk has announced their collaboration with Italian yacht design company Hot Lab for the interiors of their latest Pilot superyacht range.
As announced last month, the Pilot series starts at 75 feet (23 meters), with larger models coming in the near future. Milan-based studio Hot Lab were chosen to develop the interiors and have designed two colour schemes for the new series that aim to incorporate natural colours, light and optimise open spaces in the yacht: The first features pops of turquoise while the second sees yellow as a recurring theme throughout. Because of their bigger sizes, they let buyers benefit from the creature comforts they’ve come to expect. These include waterside gyms, or tender garages for big watertoys. Regardless, each of the megayacht models is open to owner personalization.
Antonio Romano, partner and marketing director at Hot Lab said: “It is always an honour to design interiors for a new model from a successful yard such as Van der Valk. The audience anticipates something special which has inspired us to create a gorgeous style for the Pilot that is meticulously designed and detailed throughout and where relaxation is a way of life. The interior decor is wonderfully rich and at the same time contemporary, reflecting the rugged sophistication of this superb motor yacht.”
The preliminary 23 metre design features an elevate wheelhouse, freeing up the forward main deck. Meanwhile the spacious aft deck allows for sunbathing and the storage of tenders, Jet Skis and other toys. Details regarding the propulsion package of the new line have not yet been revealed. Discover Opulent Club onApple News.
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