Created by Alberto Mancini Yacht Design, it boasts a designer that push boundaries, with the 233-foot Posterity. Glass bulwarks, floating drop-down balconies and the absence of a hard top create a design that flows inside and out, vertically and horizontally, eliminating walls while still providing private spaces.
The main-deck salon and dining area occupy one large space that connects to the lower-deck beach club using a stunning spiral staircase that descends to the curved glass-encased library. A lighting feature hangs from the ceiling as though, as Aberdoni says, it’s “raining stars.” Fold-down side doors in the beach club and a drop-down transom create a floating resort vibe with a sea breeze. Furniture is minimal, with only sofas, a coffee table and sun loungers to distract from the wide vistas.
Other features include fold-down side doors in the beach club as well as minimalist furniture to keep the focus on the wide opens spaces. The lower deck also includes a gym, sauna and tender garage, where toys and tenders are easily deployed via side hatches.
“A lot of designers are scared to use an area of a yacht for something new, because space is at a premium,” he says. “Not many people would take 16 feet off the main deck to create a balcony that descends to a beach club, but it’s the kind of detail that makes a boat special. It’s the difference between not just looking good but also allowing guests to enjoy being there.”
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