LDWO release new 49m superyacht concept Etere

Tuscany-based Leoni Design Workshop (LDWO) have released details of their latest design concept, the 49-metre superyacht Etere. Inspired by wind and air, Etere is styled to be harmonious and fluid, creating an elegant yet sporty appearance. Her hull and superstructure will be constructed in aluminium.Etere superyacht conceptEteris designed to give guests an immersive experience of being at one with the sea. She will have floor-to-ceiling glass windows wrapped around her main saloon to give panoramic views, and to give her dining room an al-fresco feeling.Etere superyacht conceptShe will be able to accommodate 10 guests across five staterooms, including a large master suite complete with a private terrace, which is accessed via sliding glass doors. Etere will be operated by a crew of nine.Etere superyacht conceptThe superyacht will have five spacious decks to ensure ample space for entertaining, dining and relaxing. Etere’s most distinctive feature is her aft deck beach lounge, with integrated sofas. Prospective owners will have the choice of two configurations. The first offers a more traditional approach with a lounge area on the main deck aft, and an interior beach club area, which can be opened with a stern hatch. The second option is an open beach club, offering a larger open-planned lounge space and an infinity pool with an external bar.Etere superyacht conceptEtere superyacht conceptEtere superyacht conceptPerformance-wise, she will be powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines, giving her a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 17.5 knots. She will have a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.