Tuscany-based studio Leoni Design Workshop (LDWO) has revealed a new 49 metre concept superyacht named Etere.
According to the studio, the design resembles “an ethereal sculpture, modelled by pure celestial wind and air”.
With a hull and superstructure built in aluminium, Etere would be powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 engines for a range of 4000 nautical miles at 10 knots and a top speed of 19 knots.
Set across five spacious decks, Etere has accommodation for ten guests in five cabins and nine crew. The master bedroom features a private terrace accessible through sliding doors.
Elsewhere, the main saloon features floor to ceiling glass, offering panoramic ocean views, while giving the dining area an al fresco feel. Owners can choose between two different beach club designs, the traditional aft version and open beach club version.
The traditional aft design features a lounge area on the main deck and an interior beach club accessed through a stern hatch, while the open beach club boasts a large lounge area at the water’s edge with an infinity pool and bar.
The tender garage is large enough to hold a Castoldi 21 tender and rescue boat, as well as three jet skis and Seabobs.