Designed for a “sporty owner” looking to host family and friends on board, the yacht was designed inside and out by Quartostile and is due for delivery in February 2022.
Key features include a “slender yet muscular bow” with a curved aft section designed to mimic the shape of a torpedo. An array of large outdoor deck spaces includes a transom, which opens to become a swimming platform with a beach club, and an upper deck with a large aft sunpad. The foredeck lounging area is equipped with a spa pool, with storage and a crane for launching the jet ski.
Quartostile co-founder Franco Carone said the yacht’s “pared-down lines” created a “timeless elegance”
“This was not an exercise in style, we designed every detail on the basis of its function to achieve an on board living experience that combines pleasure with harmony,” he said. “The Legacy line delivers in every way, from visual appeal to build quality, from comfort to efficiency on the water”.
Inside, the saloon is bathed in natural light thanks to floor to ceiling windows, while the lounging and dining areas are serviced by an adjacent galley.
The tender garage meanwhile is large enough to hold a six metre tender which is launched through a side opening shell door.
Accommodation is for a total of eight guests across a full beam VIP cabin, two twin cabins and a single. The crew quarters meanwhile allows for a staff of five.