IP.YD reveals Primo 103 superyacht design

28 April 2014

Greek studio IP.YD has revealed a 31.6m superyacht concept designed to incorporate features normally found on larger vessels.

The size of the Primo 103 was the result of a request from an owner who felt the size suited his family’s needs. But spaces such as a large fold-down swim platform are intended to make guests feel they are on a much larger yacht. This beach club can be further extended by transforming the adjacent tender garage into a lounging space. There are more generous outdoor areas up top too.

‘The sundeck provides a large outdoor Jacuzzi and large sitting area,’ says designer Ira Petromanolaki. ‘ a spacious sky lounge for relaxation that communicates with the dining area, thus the dining area outdoors or indoors alternatively.’

The exterior design features a smooth curve that starts at the stern and follows the form amidships. It creates what Petromanolaki describes as a ‘dynamic surface, which gives the impression of the movement of a wave’. This surface unifies the main and the sundeck and it is intensified by the detailed black surfaces.

The Primo 103 can accommodate eight guests in four cabins, including one VIP and one master. The interior style is a work in progress, with the client preferring a modern and contemporary look.