Living at sea inside warm and cosy rooms just like those at home. This is the idea that inspired Centrostiledesign for the new Explorer 64 Sessa Marine, the project unveiled for the first time at the recent Düsseldorf Boot, where it immediately aroused considerable curiosity.
At the root of this concept designed by Davide Cipriani’s company lies a new way of experiencing the sea, by seizing its beauty at any moment of the day. The design of the spacious interiors goes in this direction. A large salon, galley and steering compartment is on the main deck, while the lower deck – given over to the sleeping area – contains a double-beam owner’s cabin with private access, plus a guests’ cabin and a VIP cabin with their own bathrooms.
These areas bask in natural light coming from the outside through large continuous windows on the hull and the side glass wall of the main salon that exploits the concept of “through house” to establish a continuous relationship between interiors and exterior scenarios. In the same way the goal of the definitely high level furnishings project is to recreate the comfort and intimacy of a home, in addition to giving the owner the possibility to personalise his living space. Comfort and a welcoming atmosphere are the guidelines for the exteriors project as well. The 80 sqm terrace and two decks are dedicated to guests and are ideal for relaxing at any time of the day.
The Explorer 64 project combines the beauty of a superyacht with functionality by adopting innovative ergonomic solutions such as the design of the bow. Its straight lines contrasting with a soft and capacious aft are the result of scrupulous calculations made during the design step. What emerges is a yacht able to part the waves and disperse their energy, in this way ensuring safe, comfortable and low-cost navigation in any condition, even with a moderate sea. Its large tanks (4500 litres) and spacious material storage area also give the yacht a range of over 3000 miles.
The partnership between Centrostiledesign and Sessa Marine, a historic shipyard in Italy and around the world, thus carries on dictated by innovation. One prior project was the Fly 21 Gullwing with its sporty lines inspired by the automotive sector.
This collaboration shows proves Centrostiledesign is one of the most active planning and design businesses in the nautical sector. With a customer portfolio that counts the most prominent names of shipyards, the company is able today to interpret the market’s challenges with high standards of quality and to supply its customers a complete and full range of services that include concept, design, engineering, fluid dynamics and structural calculations, building of production models, moulds and scale models, and the preparation of technical documentation.