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Odisye Is a Four-Deck Superyacht Concept for the New Generation

Spanish design studio Daroca Design and London-based studio SP.9 have teamed up on the development of a new 164-foot (50-meter) superyacht concept that, according to the designers, marks a "dramatic departure from conventional yacht design."
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Named Odisye, the motor yacht concept mixes sporty chich exteriors with elegant, curvy interiors in an attempt to express the Yin/Yang concept. The designers combined contrasting design elements that surprisingly manage to deliver artful harmony overall.

"I was inspired by the strong personality of new owners, who love the antithesis of sporty chicness and curvilinear elegance with a touch ancestral artistry," said SP.9’s creative director Pei Li.

"Odisye is designed with the modern yacht owner in mind," added Alejandro Crespo, Daroca’s CEO. "Energetic and elegant, showing faceted angles and straight lines, the exterior design of Odisye reflects the way of thinking of this new generation."

The vessel spreads across four separate decks that cascade down the aft, with the bridge deck featuring an outside dining area with a large al fresco table for up to 16 guests, while the sundeck offers a bar and a hot tub.

On the main deck, there are a beach club with 360 degree ocean view, sofa seating, along with a sea-level deck with a TV lounge on the lower level.

Moving on, Odisye’s interior welcomes guests with a contrasting design boasting calm and flowing, curvilinear forms that mix well with soft textures and a muted color palette. The superyacht’s main saloon features marble floors that beautifully reflect on the ceiling, a curved sofa for guests to relax on, and a multi-layered dining table.

There is also a wine-tasting room separated by a reeded glass wall, which serves to ensure privacy but also maintains the airy feel of the open spaces.

This yacht concept is designed to accommodate up to ten guests across five cabins, including one master suite, three VIP guest rooms, and a twin cabin. Each room is intricately designed with soft textures and colors, including panels of leather and embroidered silk.

It all looks stunning, an oasis of glamour and calmness, if you ask us, but this is just a concept for the time being and there is no info regarding production.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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