With her naval architecture crafted by Palumbo Superyachts and exterior and interior penned by TEAM for Design's Enrico Gobbi, Resilience remains a seamless fusion of style, craftsmanship and refinement, demonstrated across her six, exemplary decks.
Edmiston and RVB Marine managed and supervised the project on behalf of her owner and acted as the owner’s representatives.
Constructed in steel and aluminium, Resilience’s internal layout boasts six spacious cabins with a seventh convertible, including a full-beam owner suite located on the forward main deck. Clean, modern furniture with polished lines was purposely selected to integrate with the exterior and create an effortless blend.
“Nothing is left to chance in this design. Even the double-colour blue and white exterior paint was designed for the same purpose as the black windows, which is to confer on the yacht a streamlined and dynamic profile from stem to stern along the whole length of the hull. Another distinctive feature which lightens her shape and makes her appear more elegant is the design of the mast, with two large wings supporting the satellite domes and further elongating the profile," comments Enrico Gobbi of TEAM for Design.
“The interior design has been studied in collaboration with Carlo Lionetti Co-Director interiors for Team for Design on Resilience. We wanted to express a modern and refined style demonstrating an equally meticulous attention to the use of steel and to details in general.”
Beginning from the lower deck, the 4x4 metre transom door lies in tandem with the swimming platform when lowered, which combined with the two opened side doors, transforms the entire area into a beach club with an expanse of more than 180 square metres.
In terms of key features, versatility and lighting are the signature elements of the lower deck, which consists of a relaxing lounge area, bar, showers, gym, a sauna, massage room and initial welcome area for boarding and disembarking guests from the accompanying tenders.
The beach club can be accessed via three different unique spaces: an external staircase from the aft deck, an internal staircase adjacent to the massage area and a scenic corridor running through a transparent glass enclosure, from crossing the engine room, connects directly to the beach club with the lower deck lobby and the guest cabins. Not only is this feature convenient but acts as a stunning insight and view into elements of a yacht that is rarely seen.
The beach club’s colour palette consists of different shades of blue, across both metallic and lacquered surfaces and natural materials like teak.
Through the skilful integration of light and different hues, guests can enjoy the stylish bar area with its frosted Murano glass panelling. The lighting scheme in the yacht was studied in great detail, and in this area it includes a lane of ceiling LED lights running symmetrically with respect to the central door, accompanying the view up to the back wall.
The latter is formed by sinuous waves of teak and LEDs reflected onto the two stainless steel and glass plates of the ceiling, which is actually the floor of the main deck swimming pool. This solution allows light to filter through the water, creating beautiful patterns and a tranquil atmosphere.
The lower deck features 4 large guest cabins connected to the main deck by a circular staircase. This staircase runs between all decks and features a stunning glass jellyfish installation of various colours that accompanies the view to the sky. A tribute to the sea, this piece of art symbolises the vastness of the ocean and the harmony of shapes and movement and looks stunning when lit at night time.
On-board equipment includes two jet skis, a 27ft guest tender and a 19ft crew tender. These are stored in the large forward garage. A side door opens to port and beam cranes maneuver the tenders into the water.
The crew quarters are placed on the lower deck forward, and can comfortably host up to 15 people in 8 cabins, plus the Captain’s cabin behind the bridge.
Passing the lobby heading aft, guests can enter the large main saloon and dining room, with sizeable sofas and a 12-seater dining table.
The spectacular 6-metre long swimming pool located on the stern and equipped for counter-current swimming is certainly a scenographic element. The cockpit is completed by a large C-shaped sofa with coffee table and front sofa.
Past the lobby, guests can find the spacious sky lounge with comfortable sofas designed for lounging and movie-watching, and a bar area with a marvellous self-playing Edelweiss transparent grand piano.
The bridge deck forward hosts the integrated bridge with separate radio room, the Captain's cabin, and the sixth VIP cabin with private terrace.
Resilience's sun deck is by far the most versatile area. From the bow, the secluded mosaic-tiled Jacuzzi allows guests to enjoy large sunpads alongside an outdoor shower to relax in and cool off after basking in the sun.
Measuring over 1400 GT, Resilience has huge volume. 2 MTU 12V engines of 1500kW each reach a 17.5-knot maximum speed, cruise at 14 knots and provide a range of 5500 nautical miles at 11 knots.
Resilience is currently available for charter with Edmiston.