Darnet Design has presented its latest superyacht concept; the 86 metre Starlight which features a glass-sided swimming pool on the main deck aft and a cavernous contemporary beach club of 100m2.
Darnet has penned both the exterior and interior design and partnered with broker Thompson Westwood White to present the concept. The six-deck yacht features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with “elegant and modern lines”.
Exterior spaces make use of a broad beam for myriad alfresco sun-drenched; or shaded lounging and dining spaces across the decks. The bridge deck has a broad sunbed covering the stern partially-surrounding circular Jacuzzi. The sundeck meanwhile has a massive raised forward sunbed and L-shaped sofas and coffee table in the stern corners. Besides seating is to be found on the foredeck; where there is a sheltered alfresco lounging and casual dining area with access to the helipad on the bow.
Within, the interiors make use of broad full-height windows to show the beautiful contemporary finishes in silvery shades, a predominance of white and accents in gold. LCD wall screens span the two floors of the atrium, where the formal dining area and main salon are on the bottom deck.
Alternatively, the space in the floor on the deck above can be covered for the area to be used as a stage; while the grand piano in this skylounge moved into place.
Inside the 2200GT interior there is accommodation for a total of 14 guests in seven cabins. These comprise six guest cabins on the main deck and the owner’s stateroom on the dedicated owner’s deck above.
Designed for extensive cruising in all sea conditions; meanwhile M/Y Project Starlight provides the very latest comforts and technologies for its guests and crew.
Additionally, power will come from two engines totalling 3140hp for a cruising speed of 16knots.