OUR TOP 3 SUPERYACHT SALOONS
With chic exterior design and precision engineering from the distinguished Sanlorenzo shipyard, 46m SCORPION exudes commensurate Italian flair. Entertainment and relaxation areas abound across five decks, where guests can enjoy multiple sunbathing zones, sun deck jacuzzi, a fun beach club and gym with sauna, not to mention the choice of formal and alfresco dining spaces to fit all moods
SCORPION’s contemporary internal styling is thanks to a perceptive combination of both her Owner’s insight and interior designer, Tiziana Vercellesi. Creating an exceptional Art Deco fusion by expertly blending textures and lighting, SCORPION features only bespoke pieces of art to fit her surroundings. With exquisite accommodation for 12 guests furnished in sumptuous fabrics of matching hues, this harmonious styling reflects throughout the yacht, creating an ambience of luxurious comfort.
Captain Alessandro Orrao and his knowledgeable crew of 9 are looking forward to welcoming charter guests on board to cruise the beautiful Mediterranean this summer.
5-Star Luxury Penthouse
There is only one aim for Double Down, and that is to offer paramount luxury to its guests. There is a full-size elevator that allows access to all main decks and with zero speed stabilisers guests are assured relaxation when they are away from the port. Guests have access to the onboard gym, cinema, and the super high tech tropical air-conditioning throughout the yacht.
The sky lounge / VIP salon is a place that makes you feel like you are in a 5-star luxury penthouse at an exclusive hotel. When you need to escape from the heat of the sun, the lounge allows you to put your feet up and read a book with an incredible view. The interior was designed by Della Role/ Evan K Marshall, and in 2016 it had a fresh coat of paint on the exterior.
Double Down has a highly sought after nine guest suites and can accommodate 12 guests in charter and up to 20 guests in private use, including a full private owner’s deck, 4 VIP suites, two doubles and two twins.
Space, Style and Socialise Yes Please!
For those who are looking for a more modern approach to the main saloon, look no further than OKTO by ISA.
The main saloon oozes space and style which means you can dine, relax and socialise with your guests whilst at sea. The attention to detail is apparent with walls adorned in high gloss Macassar ebony and decorative glass panels made by Bernard Pictet. Cabinet Alberto Pinto designed the furniture with two large wall sculptures; metal sheets bent in the manner of water reflections, made specifically for the project. Nothing has been left to chance with every element adhering to the contrasting design concept; coffee tables made of black and ivory cracked lacquer, a Tai Ping rug with black and ivory geometric patterns and fabrics that play with contrasts in a softer way using cottons, chenille, leather and skins. Even the ribbons applied to the dining room chairs in a random controlled mode make each chair unique.
(Credit to Cabinet Alberto Pinto)