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Superyacht of the week: The 47m Entourage

SuperYacht of the Week

Launched earlier this year, the 47 metre superyacht Entourage marked the sixth vessel to be launched in 2014 by Italian shipyard Admiral Tecnomar. The tri deck yacht features exterior designs by renowned designer Luca Dini who worked closely with the Admiral Centro Stile team as well as the owner’s representative and yacht project manager, Baldo Gjurasic. Dragana Maznic is responsible for the interior design, again undertaken in collaboration with Admiral Centro Stile.

In regards to her interiors, Entourage is particularly notable for the abundance of natural light throughout provided by the full height panoramic windows found in many areas, including guest cabins and the main saloon. Her interiors display a clean and modern style with simple details from gloss macassar wood, stainless steel and white leather panels.

A contrast between light and dark with a subtle monochrome colour scheme as well as gloss and matte finishes give her a sophisticated and classic look.

She accommodates her 10 guests over five luxurious cabins, consisting of four large guest cabins in addition to the lavish owner’s suite. Made up of two VIP cabins and two twin cabins, all guest rooms come with sophisticated en suite facilities and are located on the lower deck. The two double VIP rooms can also conveniently be transformed to utilise the space to accommodate more guests, with the possibility of hosting triple beds if required. The monochromatic colour scheme has been carried on throughout each of the cabins, with some displaying a burst of colour in small details such as rich red throws and cushions or brightly coloured art work. Crew accommodation is also found on the lower deck, consisting of four double cabins for up to 7 crew in total.

The owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck. Featuring an expansive master bathroom, the private space also includes a private gym and sauna for the owner’s convenience as well as a professional office corner and a large walk in wardrobe.

The large space ensures that the owner maintains an exclusive sense of privacy on board.

Elsewhere inside, is the main saloon, where the full height sliding doors leading out to the main deck as well as the full height windows lining either side of the area flooding the area with natural light. The interior’s theme of light versus dark is evident in this area, with a plush, stone coloured carpet with matching comfortable sofas and splashes of white coming from details such as the large cushions as well as the beautiful, light coloured table positioned in the centre of the seating area.

The dining area is as sophisticated as the saloon, with a large glass dining table easily seating up to ten guests surrounded by comfortable dark leather chairs. The table is situated directly in front of a uniquely designed mirrored wall, keeping the area refined yet modern and contemporary.

Moving on to the magnificent sky lounge on the upper deck, this space takes the whole beam of the yacht and features full headroom side windows and an opening balcony on the starboard side, creating an additional terrace to enjoy the nights at anchor.

Forward on the same deck there is the pantry directly connected to the galley and to the sundeck through a dumb-waiter, and the wheelhouse, which is directly connected with the captain’s cabin.

One of the key characteristics of the yacht are large exterior spaces, typified on the upper deck where a spacious al fresco dining area takes precedence. Located on the aft terrace, the area provides the ideal space to take in the spectacular views, relax and unwind, and is also directly connected to the beach club.

Elsewhere, the aft cockpit is a continuation of the ample space on board, and features a huge lounge and reception area. This space is also directly connected to the aft beach club, which is obtained opening the transom door, as well as the garage, where an abundance of water toys are found. The launching system for the water toys is provided through a crane which launch and lift the tenders through a side opening port. The garage is directly connected to the engine control room, which gives access to the actual engine room, and it’s also accessible by a staircase which connects the garage to the main deck.

Forward of the wheelhouse, outside, another lounge and sunbathing area is found, providing the perfect place to enjoy the best sea view. Upstairs is a substantial sundeck area partly overshadowed by the hardtop and featuring a bar corner, large spa Jacuzzi and a beautiful location for al fresco dinners. The bow provides guests with yet another space for sunbathing, with large sun pads and an additional seating area.

Throughout the yacht the deck spaces have evidently been carefully considered within the design, and the impressive volume of the yacht is disguised behind dynamic styling.

The structural engineering of Entourage ensures that the vast panes of glass throughout the vessel are unobstructed by mullions, while the aft deck areas are free from the usual pillars that support the overhang, creating open spaces to easily enjoy.

By Gemma Fottles

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