The owners of Beverley (BC111) had no fears when they decided to go for a black hull. Beverley was launched on Tuesday 29 January from the shipyard in Viareggio and she is the first yacht with a black hull ever launched from the yard.
She boasts a classic interior, yet made modern by the particular choices of fabrics and loose furniture. For the internal decorating the shipyard and the owner entrusted themselves to Geraldine Darlington, of Interieur Sud, who bestowed them with modern and refined solutions.
The selection of fabrics by Designers Guild, Osborne & Little, Kravet and Romo, just to mention some of the firms used, are all characterized by the finishing touches and particular workmanship. The coloring moves freely but wisely among the hues of red and orange, black and brown, and they help in creating a warm, relaxing yet lively ambiance.
A plenitude of onyx for the bathrooms, with a preponderance of white and honey, whereas for the floors of the main halls the choice fell upon teak parquet: wengè essence for the upper deck and dark cherry wood for the main deck. In both cases the inlays obtained in the floor form a very beautiful decorative effect, creating real carpets. The theme of the cherry wood also returns to the wood panelling, all with opaque finishing touches.
Beverley was planned and designed to charter through the Mediterranean and Caribbean waters. Among the special features for the guests is a completely custom-made tender by Pascoe.