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Superyacht of the week: The stunning Nameless

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A clear vision by the owner simplified the design process and enabled Mondo Marine to focus on creating a yacht with exterior spaces as detailed and functional as the areas found on the interior. Nameless' black hull and grey superstructure sets her apart when in port or at anchor, while her Cor D. Rover exterior, set to mirror certain design characteristics of the owner's cars, adds to the overall sportiness of the design.

A custom made swimming pool, laid with handmade light-blue ceramic tiles, is located on the sundeck. This space is perfect for relaxation on sunny days with a set of loungers and an informal sofa setting the scene for intimate gatherings. A canvas extends from the aft part of the bimini for additional shade.

Florence-based interior designer Luca Dini describes the indoor spaces as 'a soft contemporary classic atmosphere' where great attention was paid to the use of precious materials and harmony in the design.

The main saloon is bright and airy with an abundance of white leather and marble being used. The outer bulkheads were crafted using mahogany and finished to a high gloss which creates a reflective surface for natural light to enhance the space.

he dining area seating ten guests features bold grey chairs and glass table top with a sparkling chandelier framing the space.

A corridor to the right of the dining area leads you past the main entrance lobby and a day head until you reach the owner's suite. Placed forward on the main deck, this layout utilizes the full width of the vessel and provides its guests with incredible views on either side through the very wide portholes. Keeping with the light and airy theme, the owner's suite features white tiling and deck-heads with the occasional grey accent. The suite has plenty of storage space inside the high gloss cabinets and wardrobe. A sofa is placed on the starboard side of the cabin.

In addition to modern sports cars, the owner's passion for great art work is evident throughout the yacht, and Nameless has become synonymous with bright colored contemporary art pieces, such as the striking orchid painting in the sky lounge. Here guests can enjoy the ocean views through large windows on either side, and the Carrara white marble flooring found in the main saloon makes another appearance. Moving forward, a functional day head is located on the starboard side and the wheelhouse forward.

On the accommodation deck below, eight guests are catered for in four cabins. In the two full beam cabins, Mondo Marine placed the beds off centre and to one side of the cabin with the intention to free up space and have a more functional layout. Each cabin is decorated in a unique colour scheme adding a touch of zest to the prevailing white theme. All fabrics used on board are from the well known Italian fabric house Antico Setificio Fiorentino.

Each cabin is equipped with its own en suite bathroom and wardrobe. A wooden insert on the flooring runs through all the cabins and downstairs lobby, framing the area and adding an element of contrast. Placed midships between the two VIP cabins is a double guest cabin to starboard, and a twin cabin featuring an additional pullman berth to port. The heads are spacious, and they benefit from the white tiles and deckheads which make them appear substantially larger. All ensuite bathrooms are fitted with deep-yellow marble tops and traditional stainless fittings.

Further outside relaxation can be found on the foredeck where a forward facing settee and large sunpad is located. This area is a favourite among guests while underway during short cruises. Further forward and right in the forepeak is one of Nameless' two tenders which is launched by means of a crane.

Mondo Marine's engineers spent many hours developing systems that keep noise and vibration to a minimum. Powered by twin 1630kW MTU engines, Nameless has a top speed of 19 knots and will reach 3000nm at 12 knots.\

Nameless is a fine example of various European designers working together to create a fantastic looking, and yet functional yacht to enjoy every day. And although her name might suggest tentativeness, there is no doubt that this Italian beauty is set to become a classic.

Mondo Marine
+39 (0)198 28 516
[email protected]
www.mondomarine.it

Luca Dini Design
+39 055 5059 379
[email protected]
www.lucadinidesign.com

Cor D. Rover Design
+31 184 609333
[email protected]
www.cor-d-rover.com

By Jochem Kaan
This article is taken from issue 2 of Superyacht Experience

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