JEWEL-shaped windows and three gorgeous pools which flow from one to the other feature on a superyacht inspired by an extremely rare diamond.
The 128-carat ‘Stella del Sud’ stone, owned by Cartier, forms the idea behind the luxury boat of the same name.
Pictures from inside the 361ft-long Stella del Sud show a gorgeous cinema, three integrated swimming pools and a helipad.
The dreamy pools flow form one to the other, creating the appearance of a waterfall effect.
A jewel-shaped window appears on the outside of the boat, using the same piece of glass across all levels.
The Italian studio behind the breath-taking designs, Gabriele Teruzzi, says the superyacht is a “glistening diamond” with Art Deco features.
An intimate lounge area creates the ideal place to bask in the sun in a tropical setting, with sunbeds and L-shaped sofas lining the pool’s edge.
The owner’s suite, which occupies the majority of the bridge deck, has an aquarium built into the ceiling and includes his and hers bathrooms.
Inside there are Jacuzzis and a salt wall while there are walk-in-wardrobes.
There’s a private office for anyone hoping to squeeze in a spot of work while on holiday and the room is adorned with light wood.
She boasts eight other VIP cabins for guests while lower decks of the Stella Del Sud host a massage room, a gym, sauna and a steam room.
An aqua room offers guests their own bar, a large Jacuzzi and relaxing beds, according to Super Yacht Times.
The room uses dark blue tones and natural minerals have been carefully chosen to increase a feeling of wellbeing.
‘RELAX AT SEA’
Another deck space allows guests to dine alfresco around a dining table.
The swimming pools are designed across three levels which flow from one to another, creating a waterfall effect.
Designers set out to create a space which could host a “glamorous party” or “relax with a drink” while at sea.
It’s incredible features mimic that of another new superyacht set to become the widest in the world – and it costs a whopping £418m.
If built, the ship will have two helipads that will sit on extendable platforms, each stretching five metres out to the side.
When they are extended, the 22m wide boat will become 33m wide, which Lazzarini claims will make it the widest superyacht in the world.
The company refers to the helipads as ‘helipools,’ as they can be turned into swimming pools if the owner can’t find a need for two helipads.
Alternatively, the platforms can be transformed into lounges or dining areas which can be lowered down onto the surface of the water so guests can sunbathe or dine on the waterline.