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Winners Revealed for the 2020 BOAT International Design and Innovation Awards

Winners Revealed for the 2020 BOAT International Design and Innovation Awards

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Best Motor Yachts Interior Design – above 500GT

Lady S

Length: 93m

Interior design: Reymond Langton Design

Naval architecture: Feadship De Voogt

Builder: Feadship

The result of a lengthy design and build process where perfection was paramount, Lady S pleased the judges with a complex, multilayered interior that manages to pair extreme elegance with fun and entertainment.The interior reads as mostly white to serve as a foil to the turquoise colours of the family’s favourite cruising grounds. The range of exquisite materials and details employed creates enough drama to keep guests intrigued no matter the length of the stay. A clever layout showcases adaptability for charter with either four, five or six cabins on main deck, plus a pair of staff cabins with access to both crew and guest passageways. The owner’s deck lounge can transform into a disco with interactive dance floor. Lady S was built to house the first floating IMAX cinema, which spans two decks and is large enough to seat all guests at once. A separate boarding entrance for the theatre is a nice touch. Locating the beach club and gym on different decks provides guests with elbow room, as do folding terraces and balconies off cabins. Large pantries on each deck, two galleys and multiple crew stairways are part of the well-conceived service plan.

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