Italian designer Enzo Manca has revealed his new, 109-metre concept named Juno.
Juno has a contemporary profile which still pays tribute to the classics with a long, slender bow – reminiscent of famous yachts from years gone by (particularly the 1980s, according to Manca). The bow doubles as a helicopter pad, with the manoeuvring area located on the bow deck's lower level.
Accommodation is for 16 guests and 36 crew. This includes an owner's cabin on the fourth deck which features a private relaxation area with sofas, piano and oversized windows with ocean views. Interiors are modern meets retro, with glossy surfaces, 80s-style architectural lines and a monochromatic palette. The main saloon will feature panoramic windows and a dedicated bar.
Juno's beach club is arranged on two levels. The upper level sees a swimming pool surrounded by a huge sunbathing area that can accommodate up to 15 people. Up top, another sunpad perches on a waterfall that flows into the pool. The lower level is fitted with a bar and two large terraces that open out over the water, arranged with papasan chairs and settees.
Juno will also be equipped with a brand new electronic anchoring system, protecting the seabed and providing reliable mooring when navigating remote and shallow areas.
Enzo Manca previously shared his UAE One concept with BOAT International – tailored for the United Arab Emirates, the designer envisioned it as "the official flagship megayacht of the state."Read More/UAE One: Futuristic 140m “UAE flagship” concept presented by Italian designer