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Pastrovich reveals 150 metre Sveti superyacht concept

The Monaco-based design studio Pastrovich has revealed a 150 metre motor yacht concept designed to capture the ambiance of an ultra-luxury resort.

The Sveti design includes “guest villas” rather than cabins, with open-plan living spaces, large floor to ceiling windows and doors opening up on to terraces. An underwater spa features windows for viewing wildlife under the surface, spaces designed for treatments, the latest gym equipment, hammams and saunas.

Down in the bowels of the boat, Sveti features “the caves”, a wine cellar. Here guests can sample wines, dine in a dedicated restaurant or settle into the cosy whiskey and cigar lounge.

Sveti is designed to save energy. It features an efficient hull form to reduce drag plus a dual fuel diesel electric system, used in combination with LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) that is expected to reduce the yacht’s emissions significantly. Solar panels would be used on the yacht’s large upper surfaces to generate extra clean energy, while a natural ventilation system would reduce the need for air conditioning. Natural light is used to illuminate the interior as much as possible, with solar tubes further reducing the need for artificial light.

To realise far-flung cruising ambitions, Sveti was designed to maintain an insular, controlled environment when necessary. The studio looked at two different concepts to enclose the aft deck but keep a light structure. One is an architectural solution using a Bris Soleil, while another involves folding sections of fabric.

Sveti is designed to accommodate 120 guests and 120 crew in 24 standard cabins in the hull with private rounded terraces, 24 VIP cabins in the superstructure with private terraces and 12 VIP suites with private lounges and terrace, also in the superstructure.

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