Imagined by the up and coming Italian yacht designer Gianmarco Cardia, finalist of the Young Designer of the Year Award in 2018, Project SESTANTE is a gorgeous explorer yacht concept, that aims to take you to the farthest corners of our planet.
We’re talking about an explorer yacht with a 60 meter length, a 11.8 meter beam and 3 m draft, that features a rectangular bridge with two octagons. The heart of the yacht is represented by a spacious bridge deck, housing a master suite and a large salon, plus the captain’s suite and another one for the helicopter pilot.
The yacht’s main deck features six passenger cabins for a total of 12 guests and a lounge area complete with cinema. The lower deck is reserved for accommodating a 14 people crew but it also features a relaxation area which could include a gym and a spa. Moreover, the sundeck boasts a Jacuzzi, which is in tone with the overall design of the yacht.
The aft deck of the SESTANTE Yacht Project could house a helicopter pad, jetskis, quadskis or other water toys, a RIB and rescue boat. And as if that wasn’t enough, the SESTANTE can carry a 7 meter landing boat for transporting two cross bikes on the beach. There’s also a tender garage in aft, and a rescue tender in the bow. Not bad for an explorer yacht, right?