Zuccon SuperYacht Design has today revealed their latest superyacht project: the 94 metre Teti. The new concept focuses on redefining a balance between indoor/outdoor living, concentrating on developing equally as expansive and ultimately enjoyable interior and exterior spaces.
The upper deck is a focal point of this design philosophy, and is entirely dedicated to guest entertainment. Together with a more traditional large table and pool area on the aft terrace, the bow area displays a second environment that develops in continuity with the internal dining lounge, acting as a connection element between the outdoor seating area and the second large pool.
Commenting on the sun deck, Zuccon state: “In an area usually dedicated to technical operations, the pool becomes a sunny, large, terrace in the sun, made even more welcoming by the comfortable sofas. The upper deck offers a new and different solution, absolutely unique if compared to the projects currently on the market.”
Guests are accommodated on board over eight spacious en-suite cabins, which are spread over both the main and lower decks. The owner’s cabin is located on the private owner’s deck, which includes an exclusive terrace which also leads to the sundeck.
Space for ample tenders and toys has also been emphasised within this design, and up to four tenders of up to 10 metres each can be stored between the beach club and main deck. Furthermore, the owner is offered the opportunity to choose a layout in which suits his needs most appropriately: in addition to a tender bay that opens on the left side, there is then a second, more traditional, starboard garage that can host another 10 metre tender. By sacrificing a portion of the living area on the main deck, an impressive addition of two 10 metre tenders can also be accommodated on board.