During last winter and this spring, Mystere underwent an extensive refit that took just nine months from design to completion stages.
The designer, Stefano Pastrovich, revealed: “As a way to approach my work, I like to design everything that I feel could improve our life, all the rest can stay like it is. That’s because refitting doesn’t mean destroying the past but it means cleaning, restoring and adapting to our current life and need.”
Shipyard Monaco Marine put in a great effort to deliver her in time.
Her owners wanted Mystere to be able to store tenders during navigation and become a floating island when anchored. She can be a beach club, a disco or simply a place to relax following the successful refit.
The ceiling structure was developed with a lighting expert who installs structures for live concerts, in order to support all lighting, an impressive sound system, lasers, ceiling fabric and a projector screen.
The fabric used in the ceiling has been designed to mimic the movement of the sea. The final effect is impressive, with the ceiling that looks like water moving above the heads of those onboard.
“The upper lounge is what I define the “Safari tented camp”,” explained Stefano Pastrovich, “because the owner wish was to have a private space where to relax during the day and sleep sometimes during the beautiful summer night.”
The spa area was previously comprised of two large storage spaces connected by a corridor. It’s been transformed to one single open space positioning the main pillars where needed to support the hangar above. The Hamman, Jacuzzi, Sauna and massage room are placed in the four corners of the room leaving the center to a spacious relax area composed by two sofas.
For more information on Mystere, please visit the Pastrovich website.