Project Grace: New 64m superyacht design with a party deck and beach club

Written by Rebecca Smurthwaite

Australian design studio Nick Stark Design (NSD) has just released its latest concept, the 64-metre superyacht Project Grace. This release comes only shortly after the unveiling of the 94-metre Project Crystal.Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Project Grace is characterised by NSD’s signature style, with flowing lines and glazed surfaces to enhance her appearance. Nick Stark, the yacht’s naval architect and designer, commented, “It’s easy to forget that owners experience the yacht from the inside out – a stunning silhouette is a thing of beauty, but for most of your time on board you will be looking out, not in. Attention to glazing detail is crucial.”

Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Project Grace’s accommodation spans three decks, including a spacious, full-beam VIP suite on the main deck forward, and an owners suite with panoramic views from the upper deck.

Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Connection to the surrounding environment is central to the design of Project Grace, with the use of floor-to-ceiling glass in her main saloon. She will feature a wellness area with a swimming pool which flows seamlessly into her beach club on her lower deck, adjacent to her tender garage. Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept From here, guests can access the dedicated party deck, which is perfect for socialising. A custom sound system, integrated lighting system, and a DJ booth ensures a party feeling throughout the yacht. In contrast, the sun deck offers privacy where guests can find sun loungers, a bar, and a Jacuzzi.Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Nick Stark Design superyacht Project Grace concept Project Grace has optimised hull lines for more efficient performance and is fitted with lithium batteries and controllable pitch propulsion to ensure fast speeds as well as minimal running costs.

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