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Diamond-Inspired Superyacht Concept Is Covered in Glass Panels to Shine Bright at Sea
Yacht designers are constantly looking to innovate and push the boundaries of shipbuilding with their new concepts, either by creating disruptive shapes or by including all kinds of luxury amenities for guests to enjoy. That’s the case with this new, stunning superyacht concept coming from Italian design studio Gabriele Teruzzi Yachts & Design.

Diamond-Inspired Superyacht Concept Is Covered in Glass Panels to Shine Bright at Sea

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The newly unveiled renderings show a 360-foot (110-meter) superyacht that embodies the sophistication of the Italian style and pays tribute to a famous Cartier diamond.

Gabriele Teruzzi is known for coming up with some of the most disruptive creations, and this new superyacht concept does not stray from the norm. The concept, which is aptly named Stella del Sud after the Cartier 128-carat stone - the Southern Star, takes inspiration from the shape of a diamond with distinctive exterior lines that seem to converge toward the center and create the illusion of a jewel piece. There is an Art Deco-style gem motif in the center of the ship that is also a reference to its Cartier namesake.

Designed to shine bright just like a diamond, Stella del Sud features a unique silhouette which, besides the elegant, futuristic lines, is covered in glass panels positioned so that they reflect light, along with a gleaming, sharp hull.

The timeless Italian elegance continues on the interior of the superyacht, which seems to center around a high-ceiling main saloon inspired by a modern penthouse, with hand-drawn panels and mirrors on the walls.

Accommodation on board Stella Del Sud is for 18 guests across nine elegant and luxurious cabins. The concept features eight VIP staterooms located forward on the main deck, two on each side, which come complete with integrated terraces and a piano lounge.

Like any respectable megayacht, the owner’s suite occupies a great part of the bridge deck. It has a private office, his-and-hers bathrooms with jacuzzis, walk-in-wardrobes, a spa table wave, and a salt wall. The lavish environment is further highlighted by the aquarium by Melik above the bed, offering an experience like never before. The room has been curated with natural materials like light wood and adorned with custom sculptures in gold tones to enhance the feeling of coziness and wellbeing.

On the upper deck, which is accessible via a custom spiral staircase, guests would find a dining area and another saloon. The lower deck, on the other hand, is dedicated to wellness and it includes a gym, a sauna, a massage room, and a beauty area. As if all these were not enough, there is also a multifunctional corner called Aqua Room, a space that houses a bar, a Jacuzzi, as well as relaxation beds. Next to it are the crew quarters and a very generous tender garage for all kinds of water toys.

Moving on to the outdoor decks, these are just as impressive, with a split-level beach area covering 3,000 square feet (278 square meters) whose design is inspired by the Royal Palace of Caserta in Italy. The space incorporates three swimming pools on different levels that together form a cascading pool at the center.

The sun deck on the Stella del Sud concept received just as much attention from the designers and boasts a custom infinity Jacuzzi and lounge forward, complemented by an alfresco dining area aft.

As you would expect from a superyacht like this, there is also a helipad on the foredeck, a cinema in the bilge, as well as other private lounge areas.

As far as we can tell, Gabriele Teruzzi’s new superyacht concept has been designed with the utmost luxury in mind, aiming to provide the prospective owner and their guests with the ultimate yachting experience.

Considering this is just a concept design, we have no details on the propulsion system, estimated speed, or range to impart to you. 

 
 
 
 
 

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