A collection of intentional art, modern classic ethos and a family-oriented layout gives this brand new yacht a distinct personality.

Step Inside The New 41-Meter Motor Yacht by Hot Lab
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A collection of intentional art, modern classic ethos and a family-oriented layout gives this brand new yacht a distinct personality. 

The Milan-based design studio recently completed a stunning custom project named Fifty-Five, a 41-meter yacht built at the Turkish shipyard Yıldız Gemi, with exterior design and naval architecture by Ginton Naval Architects and Liman.

As the owner of this new boat wants a place to host his big family in comfort and style, its layout is thoughtfully designed to accommodate the sons, daughters and grandkids. The yacht can host 12 guests in 6 staterooms, including one master cabin on the main deck, two VIP cabins, one VIP transversal cabin, and one twin cabin on the lower deck; alongside 12 berths and 3 Pullman beds for kids to sleep in the same room with their parents.

“We began our approach by listening to the owner’s special requests. He didn’t have a specific idea in mind for the interior, but suggested inspiration from hotels that he has stayed in,” explained Enrico Lumini, Head of Design at Hot Lab. “After months of general discussion, we created a mood board for the interior that we shared with him, and got instantly to work after approval.”

There is a range of socialising areas for the family to mingle roam around in, including the main salon and dining area on the main deck with furniture by Minotti, a supplementary lounge and dining area on the upper deck  decked with furniture by Royal Botania, a pool on the upper deck aft, and a Jacuzzi forward of the wheelhouse surrounded by sunbeds and a bar area.

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