Yacht Design between innovation and craftsmanship. Fluid lines combine with complex structures - DesignOnWeb
Fernando Romero, founder of Studio Fr-ee, designs Se77antasette, a concept yacht with fluid lines, designed for Benetti. The hull, which mixes design and complex structure, embodies the spirit of innovation, design, technology and craftsmanship
77 metres long, Se77antasette breaks away from the traditional yacht concept, characterised by a revolutionary design in which fluid lines combine with complex structures inspired by the marine habitat, design functionality and the surrounding environment. This dynamic union between the decks creates a single body that seems sculpted, offering original spatial proportions that enhance the close relationship between nature and the sea
This type of design is also based on the use of highly advanced technology that can be found in the innovative layout of the navigation and propulsion systems. The radar equipment, which is usually fully visible on top of the yacht, is fully integrated, thanks to a glass dome
As far as propulsion is concerned, the final configuration is made with 5 variable speed generators that make it possible to exploit all the power available from the diesel engine. In this way it has been possible to keep the entire engine room on one level, the lower deck, allowing the lower deck to be completely dedicated to the accommodation
Se77antasette is distinguished by the extreme adaptability of its spaces to the needs of life on board. The aft entrance deck, with three complete openings, is transformed into a huge terrace overlooking the surrounding sea, becoming an exclusive spa area. The central area, with a double-height space, creates a visual link between each deck. Depending on its use, the saloon can be completely transformed into a dining room, a projection room, a theatre or a dance floor.
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