Stylish or just absurd? ‘Monaco Yacht’ by Yacht Island Design

Owning a yacht is a dream for most people, it is an ultimate luxury and a great passion for some people, so some would love to make their yacht even more exclusive and personal. That is where Yacht Island Design comes into play. Yacht Island Design is a team of designers who create themed yachts. Yacht Island Design’s first proposal is a 155m SWATH vessel that takes the principality of Monaco to the ocean. In order to showcase its capabilities, Yacht Island Design has set about developing several concept proposals. The first of these is ‘The Streets of Monaco’

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‘The Streets of Monaco’ is the focal point of the story and the anchor for the themes that run throughout the yacht. On the upper deck is ‘Casino Square’ featuring a large glass bottomed fountain situated in a tranquil garden setting. Heading past the Casino you arrive on the roof of the ‘Loews hotel’ which extends to the bow. This area features a small swimming pool, large Jacuzzi and expansive sun decks with BBQ facilities. Moving after we arrive at the main swimming pool which represents the Port Hercule harbour with a maximum depth of 3m incorporating a swim-in Jacuzzi/bar. Continuing to the stern we pass into an area focussed on sports. The multi-use court can be configured to a variety of activities including tennis and basketball. Completing this floating city is the Prince’s Palace which as you would expect, houses the owners private apartment in a prime location on the port bow. `The Oasis’, located aft, acts as the main boarding point for the yacht, an expansive area modelled on the gardens just outside the Monaco Casino.Located forward on the lower level is the Spa, with manicure and hair salon, private massage suites, sauna/steam rooms and a large relaxation lounge featuring a spa pool with bar. To either side of the spa entrance are located grand marble staircases and elevator access to the mezzanine, with a cafe bar and magnificent views of the gardens below. Nestled between the feature portholes and the Gym is an art lined hallway which acts as the entranceway to `The Grand Atrium’.`The Grand Atrium’ is the central hub of the yacht, linking the upper and lower living areas.The seven guest suites are located off of the lower atrium level and vary in size, from the more modest 135 m2 suite to the grand 356 m2 VIP suites. All include their own reception room, bathroom, dressing room, bedroom and balcony. The VIP suites have the added luxury of a private office. On the same level and located centrally to the guest suites are the Library, Communal Office, Communal Balcony and Cinema. The upper level of the Atrium leads to the main entertainment areas and the Owners suite. The entertainment areas comprise the Main Saloon with separate Havana room and adjoining wine cellar, the Dining Room, Casino and Dance Hall. At the farthest end of the Atrium lies the Owners Apartment.  As well as the usual lounge with a feature fire place and double height ceiling, office, bedroom, bathroom, his/hers dressing rooms, the apartment also benefits from a listening room, private courtyard, sunroom, numerous balconies and private sundeck with a Jacuzzi/swimming pool. Two large tender garages to store all manner of launches, offshore power boats, jet skis etc. Multi configurable sports court sized to championship tennis regulations also doubles as a Heli-Pad. Ample crew quarters including a gym and private sun terrace.Crew can access all areas of the yacht via a network of corridors allowing for maximum guest privacy.

So what do you think? Amazing or simply ostentatious, would you get such a yacht made? If yes, what theme would you follow? I think I would like a Fashion themed yacht maybe.
Yacht Island Design
Tel: +44 (0)1909 511224

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