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The essential interior design guide to on board entertaining

The essential interior design guide to on board entertaining

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Light, music, action

“Lighting is extremely important when entertaining,” says Sturgess. “You want it to be soft, gentle and as atmospheric as possible. If you walk into a room with great lighting, you’ll want to stick around.” Choose a lighting system with dimmable lights so interior and exterior spaces can transform easily from relaxation to party.

Superyacht cinemas are more popular than ever and are the perfect way to entertain guests of all ages. According to Videoworks, the ISA yacht Okto shines due to her upper deck cinema, while CRN’sCloud 9 has an outdoor screen on the owner’s deck.

When designing sound for superyacht entertaining, “the purpose of the area is key,” says Maurizio Minossi, Videoworks’ technical director. Sound must be carefully planned, he says, so it doesn’t affect other areas on board and one space can blend seamlessly into the other.

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