The interior of the Spirit Yachts flagship Geist has been revealed following the delivery of the 33.9 metre sailing yacht. Geist is the largest sailing yacht to come from the Suffolk based yard and first hit the water in October last year.
With sleek contours around the interior walls, bulkheads and furniture, Geist features a “flowing” interior design.
Rhoades Young penned the interior design, with the initial interior concepts and drawings refined later by Spirit Yachts’ in-house design team who worked closely with the owner.
The Spirit 111 represents the first time the Ipswich based yard has worked with an external interior design firm.
The curvaceous interior features floating beds inside cocoons made from steamed tapered timbers.
Accommodation meanwhile is for a total of eight guests in four ensuite cabins, including the forward owner's cabin.
The bespoke seating and bed heads were built by former Spirit Yachts employees Will Fennell and Ben Jackson.
The two-part seating arrangement in the saloon is constructed out of strips of American walnut, while the completed sofa, which features "sweeping curves", took over 1,000 man hours to build by hand.