The 57.7m/139ft superyacht represents a number of first-time achievements, being the first hull in the Limited Editions range to have Amels Hybrid Power installed as well as being the world’s first yacht to be a new-build Tier III compliant. This is the first time the shipyard has collaborated with Reymond Langton Design to style the interiors:
“…Our design for the interiors is quite young and avant-garde,” Pascale Reymond explained. “We tailored it in a way that there are a lot of individual details, many layers, but at the same time it’s very calm and elegant. The ceiling heights on all luxury decks are really good. That really surprised me on board, it feels amazing.”
It will also be the inaugural showing of the exterior styling from Tim Heywood, which the designer describes as being inspired by nature like all of his designs and imitates the ruffling of a swan’s feathers while cruising.
Luxury amenities can be found throughout, including the beach club which also incorporates a wellness area with access directly to the main salon, up to the sundeck where the Jacuzzi has pride-of-place.
High-ceiling interiors and a beam of 10.6m/35ft boost her volume to 970 GT, among which is the Owner’s suite with a private terrace measuring 12m²/130² and six further guest cabins which include a bridge deck VIP stateroom.
Superyacht VOLPINI II is currently cruising the Mediterranean with her Owner and his friends and family and will be available to view by appointment only through Amels at the Monaco Yacht Show.