The new concept from Fincantieri, designed by Horacio Bozzo, puts the emphasis on outdoor living
Fincantieri’s Private Bay concept is a 120-metre that takes the notion of the infinity pool aft and develops it into one of the yacht’s key living area. The total open beach club space is 160 square metres of lounge area with opening windows each side, plus a platform for gentle access to the sea and easy boarding of PWCs and tenders. There is also an alfresco cinema and a bar in the pool. The overhang from the deck above offers some shade from the heat of the sun, while the architectural arches of the exterior make for pleasing design features to port and starboard.
The concept is from the board of Horacio Bozzo Design. “Private Bay is a different vision of a megayacht conceived with the aim of bringing protagonists closer to the sea. The exterior design is characterised by surfaces that intersect to reflect the light, with terraces and balconies overlooking the sea. The flare of the bow adds class and the leaning mast gives a sporty accent,” says Horacio Bozzo.
The layout currently has 18 berths for guests in nine suites, looked after by 31 crew. Other key features include a huge terrace and a glass-protected veranda either side of the main deck salon, and an observation area, pool and shaded bar on the sundeck. There is, of course, a dedicated owner’s deck.