Pierluigi Floris Architetto, an Italian yacht design and engineering company, has developed a new 36 metre three-deck superyacht with classical lines. The PFA 115 will have a steel hull with aluminium superstructure.
The motor yacht features a traditional lay-out with a large saloon and adjoining dining area on the main deck. Heading forward is the main entrance with stairs leading to the upper and lower decks and on port side is the galley with separate access for the crew to their cabins. The full beam master suite, forward on the main deck, is accessed through a study and features a large bedroom, dressing and bathroom with Jacuzzi and separate shower.
Four additional guest staterooms, two double and two twin, are amidships on the lower deck, sleeping 8 guests. Forward on the same deck is accommodation for 6 crew in three double cabins with en-suite bathrooms.
On the upper deck we find the skylounge/cinema with bar, the captain’s cabin and the wheelhouse. On the upper aft deck is a large dining table, an ideal place for alfresco dining. Taking the stairs the to the sun deck, there is a large Jacuzzi with sunpads aft and two large u-shaped seating areas forward. A third outdoor seating area is situated aft on the main deck.
Aft on the lower deck is the tender garage with the main tender stored inside. The tender is launched through a hatch on portside. Forward of the garage is the spacious engine room.