Team For Design Enrico Gobbi has unveiled a new ryacht concept, known as T42. The Venetian-based studio’s most recent 42.67-metre yacht project would be built from an aluminium hull and superstructure at Rossinavi’s yard facilities in Viareggio, with which the studio has long been working in partnership. Designer Carlo Lionetti describes the relationship between the design firm and the shipyard as “solid and historically winning”.
The yacht’s exterior styling features a sleek profile, designed with dynamism in mind, making the T42 seem in movement with her proportioned volumes and elegantly timeless lines. The off-white superstructure contrasts with silver metallic details, while the long foredeck is reminiscent of a sports car’s hood. Three curved windows set into the superstructure enhance the yacht’s sinuous and curvy profile.
Comfortable accommodation is provided for up to ten guests across five cabins, including the owner’s suite located on the main deck. Fold-out balconies allow this area and the main saloon to be completely opened up to the elements.
On-deck relaxation areas include a generous 20-square-metre foredeck seating area which can be laid out in various configurations according to the owner’s wishes, with the option to fit a superyacht spa pool.
In the middle of the 14-metre long upper deck, an al fresco dining area is shaded underneath a large hardtop shade, while back aft three sun loungers provide an ideal spot for sunbathing. Dual staircase access and a food lift allow this area to be served by the crew without compromising owners’ and guests’ privacy.
Team For Design Enrico Gobbi also took great care of the on-deck lighting design, with LED bars built into the aft deck superstructure and indirect lighting around the superyacht beach club, ensuring that T42 will make a stunning impression when moored up.
The engine installation hasn’t been unveiled yet, but the hull has been designed to achieve a maximum speed of 22 knots. According to the design team, the T42 concept could be built within 24 months.