Nobiskrug and Tillberg Design Unveil 77m Concept LYCKA
Nobiskrug and Tillberg Design have released the very first renderings of their latest 77m “happiness” concept Lycka. Unveiled at Palm Beach International Boat Show, this unique vessel is set to create a true “home from home” experience for all on-board.
Named after the Swedish word for “happiness”, Lycka appears to encompass just that. She is a combination of all things relaxation and rejuvenation; promoting and encouraging guests to form a connection to the sea. She is the epitome of everything it means to be Scandinavian.
For more than 50 years, Tillberg Design of Sweden has curated and designed interiors for approximately 250 projects, including many of the world's largest and most prestigious cruise ships. Whether the brief is cutting-edge modern or timeless and classical, their every-day passion will always be to create and design unique interiors for each of their clients.
Lycka has been thoughtfully designed and engineered to embrace the latest ground-breaking technologies, whilst also offering a simplistic, luxurious, customisable interior, equipped for active, adventurous owners.
Its spacious, open plan design is complimented by large high windows and folding balconies, allowing a seamless blend of both the interior and exterior, creating a sense of indoor living – outdoors. The perfect space for a warm, open salon and a formal dining area.
A grand foyer unravels a stunning spiral staircase, encircling an elevator that rises from the Lower Deck to allow access from the guests staterooms on to the Bridge Deck; a true statement of opulence. A quaint breakfast nook is accompanied by an extensive galley and pantry, with another gold-down balcony nestle to starboard from the owner's suite.
Designed to host up to 14 guests, Lycka boasts 7 cabins, including an owner's suite. Crew quarters housing 10 cabins are also situated forward.
The attention to detail is unparalleled. On the bridge deck, a combination of a gym and spa is located aft of the wheelhouse followed by an office, dayhead and skylounge. The captain’s quarters and a pantry with dedicated crew access to the galley below is also located on this deck. Other features include a lounging area, bar, jacuzzi and grand dining area, all taking full advantage of the expansive space.
By introducting an integration of the latest yachting technologies, Lycka is designed with the intention to meet Lloyd’s Register certification and can be equipped with either diesel or hybrid propulsion. TDoS’s careful selection of sustainable materials is also factored into the design, which can be customised to suit the owner’s preference. Multiple style and colour options are also offered for the exterior, which can be tailored to a look that is classic, sporty or ultra-modern in profile.
"Lycka has been purposefully designed for longevity - from the hull shape to the materials selection to the technical systems - to meet future demands as well as environmental regulations," says Daniel Nerhagen, TDoS’s Partner & Yacht Director.
"In partnering with a renowned German shipyard for this design, our goal is to create a yacht that can stand the test of time with the highest build quality available."
We look forward to witnessing her hit the waters.
"Lycka has been purposefully designed for longevity - from the hull shape to the materials selection to the technical systems - to meet future demands as well as environmental regulations."