The design which uses a more architectonical approach than traditional yacht design emphasises the use of the fleet’s external spaces.
One of the key proponents of the boat, named M/Y MALENA, are the balconies that can be found on the upper deck, owner’s deck and sun deck.
“With the side balcony system, we wanted to create the feeling of being on a superluxury skyscraper,” explained studio founder Josh Rodriguez.
He continued: “Wherever the yacht is docked or moored, the city will have a new addition to its skyline.”
The 24 guests that can stay on MALENA can enjoy an almost endless range of facilities shown on the concept plan.
The aft of the yacht, where access to the yacht itself is found, is the location of a hydraulic swimming platform which gives easy access to the water.
For those who would rather swim on deck, a mezzanine above the central stairs is where two infinity pools can be found.
MALENA plays home to more than one jacuzzi area, one on the outside of the owner’s deck in addition to one on the sun deck facing a large bar for guests to wind down and enjoy the bubbles in their glass as well as in the tub.
Rodriguez’s plans include numerous social areas to be revelled in by guests where they can rant and rave about her impressive symmetrical superstructure if they so wish.