A year on, the concept has incorporated cutting-edge technology into a design inspired by the 1987 Baglietto luxury yacht ADLER, which has subtle retro accents such as the roll-bar and geometric shapes such as the hexagonal panes in the overhang. To match the charcoal grey hull and superstructure, the windows have also been tinted and offer increased privacy to guests within.
The innovative stern is completely enclosed while cruising and when at anchor the transom door and side hatches fold down to make platforms besides the water and illuminate the space within, which can be flooded and used as a tender garage, a pool or drained for use as a beach club.
The central outdoor feature is on the upper deck: A glass-bottomed pool that looks down onto the main deck aquarium below. The foredeck has a touch-n-go helipad and storage for a 5.4m/17.7ft tender and two jet skis, while to aft there are sun loungers and an alfresco dining area. The main deck is also furnished with an alfresco dining area to seat 12 and has direct access to the galley for efficient service.
The accommodation consists of a main deck master suite and a VIP stateroom in the bow with a private gym. Four more staterooms are placed on the lower deck, where the forward section hosts the crew quarters and mess.