Brazilian yard Sedna Yachts has begun production on the Marino Alfani Design-penned project One Hundred Feet.
The 30.4 metre yacht, which is set to be presented in summer 2020, features different layouts for the European and Brazilian markets.
The first unit, which was sold two years ago, is specifically intended for recreation and consequently features large outdoor spaces for socialising.
The first hull of the yacht features the “Brazilian layout”, which focuses on hospitality and sharing. Consequently, the living area, galley and cockpit are all connected while the bow area of the main deck features the full beam owner’s cabin. The rest of the guest accommodation meanwhile, which spans three double staterooms and three cabins with twin beds, sits on the lower deck.
The “European layout” meanwhile is styled around more traditional separation of areas such as the dining, living and cooking spaces.
The interior décor has been styled with materials such as wood, glossy lacquered surfaces with leather and steel accents, though the yacht can also be decorated according to the owner’s individual tastes.
With production underway on the first hull, Alfani revealed sale negotiations are continuing for the second and third.