Joseph Artese Design today announces its role in the interior design and styling of Miss Lisa, a 92’ steel-hulled expedition motoryacht nearing completion at Aleutian Yachts, Inc. in Tacoma WA. She is owned by an East coast couple who will spend half their time aboard the vessel cruising from Maine to the Caribbean.
“These young professionals love to cook and Aleutian Yachts ‘Grand Galley’ layout will be the prime social center of the yacht,” says Seattle designer Joe Artese who was hired to give his very custom touch to this three deck yacht.
A relaxed but finely detailed traditional interior rendered in anegre with recessed panel joinery, teak and holly soles and tongue and groove overheads was the choice of the Artese team who worked closely with the owners to integrate all details including soft goods.
In keeping with a simple, traditional East Coast feeling, the fabrics throughout the yacht are clean, crisp white or navy with accents in navy or French blue. Polished nickel on lighting and accessories plays off the warm anegre, rich black granite and the Carrara marble in the owner’s bath suite.
The owner’s stateroom is luxuriously spacious and Miss Lisa has generous accommodations including two guest staterooms and a VIP stateroom all with en suite baths. Crew quarters are well thought out and feature two double crew cabins with en suite heads and shared shower as well as a comfortable crew lounge with galley and TV.
Aft of the wrap around command consol with its state-of-the-art electronics, traditional chart table and settee, the bridge deck also has a sky lounge with L-shaped couch, full service desk with file drawers, cubbies and book shelves, a 46” TV and of course, a 360 degree view.
A late summer launch is expected.