Zuccon SuperYacht Design has unveiled its latest concept – the 94-metre Teti, with a vast guest area forward on the upper deck.
Zuccon SuperYacht Design says the concept is based on “the constant search for the right balance between internal and external spaces”. The aim has been to escape the notion that interior spaces should have priority. “Traditionally, the trend in boats of this size is to privilege the interior spaces at the expense of outdoors, and external lines therefore simply sketch a sort of ‘shell’, which often seems to shut down the surrounding environment,” says Bernardo Zuccon, Teti’s designer.
The fruits of this rethinking can be seen on the upper deck, which is the focal point of the 94-metre Teti. It is given over entirely to guest activity, with a huge pool forward creating an inviting guest terrace. There is a further pool and dining qrea aft, and a helipad at the bow. “The upper deck offers a new and different solution, absolutely unique if compared to the projects currently on the market,” Zuccon says.
A private staircase leads to an owner’s deck with its own terrace. The deck can be configured with two owner’s suites – an ideal solution for chartering. There are a further eight guest cabins on the main and lower decks. The beach club area has space for four tenders with the option of a floodable tender bay.