The bespoke interior was penned by Turkish designer Tanju Özelgin who "aimed to create an on board ambiance more in tune with land based architecture."
Özelgin previously said his aim was to buck the trend of many yacht interior designs, which, he says, constantly seek to remind owners and guests they are at sea.
Instead, his interior design is intended to create the illusion of feeling “at home or in a nice hotel”.
Accommodation on board is for six guests across three staterooms, comprising a full-beam master amidships, an en suite VIP cabin forward, and a double stateroom.
The master suite bathroom features a large shower, with a walk-in wardrobe opposite.
Generous volumes combine with large hull windows, subtle textures and muted colours.
the yacht features a bespoke lighting system that combines both artificial and natural light.
"Lighting is an important tool for the designer to create an atmosphere and mood, which further improves the design of this space," Özelgin said.