The Italian shipyard Benetti had announced the launch of the fourth Mediterraneo 116 superyacht GOOD DAY, belonging to the Class product line. The yacht features striking exterior lines and unique comfort designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta while her interiors are by the yard’s in-house Interiors Style Department.
The interiors feature a layout that reflects the owner’s dream of being involved in the yachts design process. One of the owner’s wishes was a to have a strong distinction of settings, becoming a common thread on which the entire project was based. This approach results in a vast variety of materials creating a stunning superyacht.
The yacht’s decor is based on the alternation of three types of wood that, creating a unique colour game that is distinctive to each area in a particular way. In the Lower Deck the Tay, the Tanganyika and Elm were used; instead, only Elm and Tanganyika were used for the Upper Deck. Additional, marble details and mosaics have been used in the bathrooms, with the owner choosing Travertino, Shara Noir and Port Laurent as well as Ermosa and Blue Sea marbles, that create a fabulous combination of colours.
The main deck features and inviting saloon with large sofas as well as a generous dining area with a lovely round table seating twelve guests. Interestingly, there are dining areas on each deck of the yacht. The upper deck also includes a large relaxation area s well as a swimming pool.
The main deck is the home to a beam-wide owner’s suite containing a large wardrobe and huge panoramic windows for unprecedented views. There is also a bathtub and a shower bench in the master bathroom, as per the owner’s request.
The lower deck boasts four deluxe guest stateroom while the upper deck is connected to the sun deck via an elevator and features a karaoke area with sofas. This area also includes a large wine cellar. The galley has also been largely customised and includes a steam oven and a modern wok system.
The sun deck is the final stop by the elevator and includes a large dining area and space for relaxation.