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Aeronautiq Introduces Vice Versa Superyacht Concept for Art Lovers

By Brody Patterson


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Aeronautiq is an Austrian design studio which has recently introduced an impressive superyacht concept called Vice Versa.

This magnificent ship measures 55 meters in length, with a 12-meter beam, and boasts a look which was heavily inspired by a series Austrian artists. Not only designed as a work of art, the ship itself can also serve as an art gallery, with vaulted ceilings and sweeping double staircases providing the perfect setting for admiring a beautiful collection of paintings or sculptures. Wide open spaces and a glazed superstructure further add to the airy atmosphere.

In addition to the amazing interiors, Vice Versa also has plenty to show on the outside. Exterior spaces include and aft dining area, a fly bridge with a whirlpool, and plenty of sunbathing areas. There’s also a tender garage which can house Aeronautiq’s classic sports tender or a Royal Tender, and all the toys you’d expect such a vessel to have.

Designed to accommodate up to 12 guests in complete luxury, the floating palace that is Vice Versa is still in the project phase, with the superyacht’s creators currently looking for a partner who could actually built it.


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