Luca Vallebona started with a design brief for a yacht that would reinterpret industry norms for internal and alfresco areas. The result is the Gravity concept yacht, which distributes some spaces asymmetrically, akin to organic shapes found in nature. Vallebona enjoys casting conventional thinking aside. In fact, he recently created the Tankoa TLV62 concept design,
It may seem strange to emphasize that Luca Vallebona took a practical approach in creating the lines for the Tankoa TLV62 concept. However, not every designer does this. In fact, a lot of megayacht concept designs come with excessive, even over-the-top features solely to turn heads. By contrast, this 205-footer (62.5-meter) reflects the casual lifestyle
It may seem strange to refer to Pentagramma as a low-gross-tonnage yacht, given her anticipated volume of 2,000 gross tons. However, the 269-footer (82-meter) is truly lower than expected for her LOA. More important, though, Pentagramma doesn’t sacrifice creature comforts. In fact, she’s a concept which turns conventional thinking in terms of design and space
This 197-footer (60-meter) is the largest megayacht to join the new Mondo Marine SF Line, a series that has seen one contract signed so far. She’s called the SF60, and she’s being promoted at this week’s Dubai International Boat Show. However, the SF60 may garner interest from clients farther afield, too. First, a little background.