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Luca Vallebona releases 62m motor yacht concept: Gravity

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Written by
Naina Parasher

Italian design studio Luca Vallebona has released the design of a 61.5-metre motor yacht named Gravity. The concept aims to enhance the use of onboard spaces, with an asymmetric design showcasing architectural functionality.Luca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca VallebonaThe superstructure of the motor yacht would be built using a light alloy, with steel used for the hull. The exterior and interior design elements are in continuity with the trend set by Pentagramma and TLV62: the two recent concept releases by the Italian design studio.Luca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca VallebonaLuca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca VallebonaGravity's exterior features a sun deck provided with a raised area near the wheelhouse, creating an island inside the yacht that is detached from the crew’s route and easily accessible to the guests. The sun deck is also equipped with a pool and is connected to the main deck with asymmetric stairs providing a unique identity to the main and sun deck.Luca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca VallebonaGravity is designed to have a touch and go helipad, a second pool at the bow, and a tender garage that can accommodate an 8.5-metre limo, a 6-metre tender, a 4.2-metre rescue tender, two two-person jet-skis and two three-person jet-skis.Luca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca VallebonaThe interiors of the concept can include a private owners’ cabin as per the client’s request, a wellness area, a sauna, a gym for the guests and another for the crew, and a beach court aft. The design also provides a galley with a full-height windows on one side so the guests can enjoy a live view of their meals being prepared.Luca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca Vallebona

With power provided by twin Caterpillar Inc 3512 engines, the motor yacht concept Gravity would have a cruising speed of 14 knots and reach a maximum speed of 16 knots.Luca Vallebona Design Project GravityPhoto: Luca Vallebona 

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