Mondo Marine and Giugiaro reveal superyacht project Deep 51
The 51-metre triple-decker superyacht marks the advent of a joint venture between Mondo Marine and Giugiaro Architettura. The core objective of the project, called Deep 51, is to minimise the barriers between the interior and exterior of the vessel.
Entirely constructed in aluminium, she is 51 metres long with a beam of over 9 metres, a strikingly assertive sporting prow and tight, sleekly elegant lines.
The band of windows runs along the entire length of the boat and full beam for the master cabin, creating an exhilarating open-air effect. Both the interior and exterior areas have been carefully designed to maximise on-board comfort and privacy for guests whilst in practical terms, great attention has been paid to the layout and clever use of space.
The spaciousness of the entertainment areas, the ingenious use of space and lighting on board all combine to define this superyacht’s vocation: creating a comfortable, relaxing life on board. The extremely spacious master cabin, for example, was designed to encompass the entire width of the superstructure, and its location at the extreme prow of the main deck ensures total privacy.
The fore fly deck boasts a stunning glass-bottomed swimming pool, which can be seen from the cabin – creating a magical atmosphere with its spectacular, aquarium-like iridescent lighting infusing the cabin.
Finally, the sun deck offers a spacious, panoramic fitness area providing a feeling of pure well-being.
Amongst the many particular characteristics enjoyed by this vessel is its friendly technology, which allows the management and control of the various systems (audio, video, lighting, safety and control) all over the boat by the simple means of a cellular smartphone.