German design studio Beiderbeck Designs has revealed its latest concept, a 19.4 metre day sailer called Che Bella Vita.
Designed for the al fresco lifestyle, the day sailer features a 4.9 metre beam and a 150 square metre mainsail, which is electrically unrolled from the boom.
Built in GRP/ composite, the yacht’s key features are a flush deck to maximise on free deck space, sheer rail and integrated LED lights to turn the yacht into a “party boat”.
The double rudder steering system is steered from one helm aft, while other on deck features include a cocktail bar and grill. Below decks, one large double cabin sits alongside a bathroom, dining and “chill out” area. The yacht has a delivery time of nine months from order and would be built at the Knierim shipyard in Kiel.
A statement from the studio said: “Whether you are sailing by yourself or with friends, this uncompromised daysailor stands for maritime lifestyle, fun sailing and family adventure at the same time.”
It comes after Beiderbeck revealed a 24 metre motor yacht concept called Private Beach in 2017. Key features of the concept include folding bulwarks and a large aft deck, with more than 50 square metres of space. The tender area is large enough to carry two double seater Jet Skis while the sun deck would feature a freshwater Jacuzzi.
Other superyacht projects currently under development at Beiderdeck Designs include the 36.6 metre Dahm 120 sailing yacht, which was developed in collaboration with brokerage firm Dahm International.