London-based studio Andy Waugh Yacht Design has revealed the renderings of a 70 metre concept called Serafina.
Conceived as a family-friendly superyacht, Serafina has a well-optimized layout with a high internal volume and a sporty exterior.
The three spacious decks allow generous choice for guests - with highlights including a formal lounge, a forward pool and an informal main saloon.
The designer team, established in 2010 has created a bold yet harmonious aesthetic, matching strength with elegance. Sophisticated sculpting of surfaces and details has been employed to give the yacht a dynamic edge while maintaining simple lines with a dark hull and white superstructure.Read More/Andy Waugh reveals 175m concept Acionna
Described as "the only yacht you’ll ever need," Serafina is perfect for remote family getaways with up to 14 guests in seven cabins. Guests on the lower deck have direct access to the beach club aft.
The concept also boasts a large sundeck with nest chairs and shaded segments, making it well-suited to all-weather living.
Crew and technical areas are isolated toward the bow of the vessel, with direct access to the engine room and wheelhouse, allowing for efficiency and maximum privacy for guests.
Elsewhere, Andy Waugh has been busy working on another 100 metre + project, which has been commissioned for an American tech billionaire. The concept is currently in the engineering phase at Dorries Yachts in Bremen, Germany.