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The staggering La Pellegrina

By Brian Pho


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As a strong connection to its sole purpose, to roam the seas and the oceans of our Earth, this gorgeous Couach superyacht was dubbed La Pellegrina, which stands for “the pilgrim” in Italian. It has debuted back in 2012, with a strong personality, stunning exquisiteness, great hospitability and a design meant to catch every eye and breath.

Measuring 50 meters from tip to toe, La Pellegrina offers plenty of livelihood and incredibly high performance figures that you don’t usually see aside yachts this size. It is both lightweight and superb, boasting with carbon-reinforced hull and superstructure, and it is able to provide absolutely minimal fuel consumptions, of 180 litres / hour while cruising at speeds of 12 knots. Thanks to the light but sturdy reinforcements, La Pellegrina is much more resistant to shocks than its aluminium- or polyester-crafted counterparts.

La Pellegrina shares some incredibly good looks, boasting with sharp angles, sporty lines, sleek curves and a stunningly strong personality reflected by the discreet yet broad silhouette. Don’t think for one second this superyacht is purely sporty, it in fact boasts quite a large degree of elegance and style. Add a discreet and pretty much natural color palette and what you’ll end up with is a gorgeous cruiser fit to entice all tastes. Those golden-beige tones on the hull and the off-white superstructure make up for quite a stunning appearance.

The design of the main saloon, opening up the yacht, is light, smooth and bright. It combines contemporary lightness with pleasant lines, comfortable fittings and minimalistic shapes, alongside glossy white lacquered sycamore woodwork. Spanning from aft to fore, the main saloon is divided into an office-like area and a seating one, translating to a main lounge and formal dining. There’s also a nice feel into the lounge and dining areas, as they share superbly huge, floor-to-ceiling windows, which, in turn, provide breathtaking panoramas. The fixtures are luxurious and comfortable, in the shape of soft white sofas and armchairs inside the lounge, and dining chairs with white upholstery and stainless steel structures in the dining area.

The aft deck is lushly gorgeous, featuring a large al fresco dining table and a lounging sofa, all set within a stunningly cozy atmosphere. Establishing connection between the interior decks, the main staircase is slightly curved, elegant and provides increased senses of softness and liberty. Heading towards the fore main deck, we stumble upon the VIP quarters. Connecting the stateroom with a massive ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, the long corridor opens up to a superbly elegant saloon, providing a continuum to the overall elegance and style of La Pellegrina. This area sports minimalistic shapes, superb views, a gorgeous king-size bed, semi-circular window arrangement and white ceilings to reflect the ample amounts of natural light that manage to protrude through those gorgeous windows. The en-suite is quite staggering as well, featuring high-gloss surfaces, among which we found white marble, and a large separate shower area.

In addition, below these decks there are four additional guest suites in the form of two doubles and two twins, each of them designed to follow the general theme of La Pellegrina. They are further built with en-suites in pristine white marble, with lots of storage space and large shower areas. As for the upstairs-located areas, they house the master suite, the most luxurious place aboard this stunning superyacht. The master suite occupies much of the upper deck, boasting a lush en suite with large tub, separate toilet area and Hamam mixed with shower room, alongside a massive full beam stateroom, dressing room and large walk-in wardrobe.

The aft deck outside the master suite provides an airy experience plus huge degrees of comfort thanks to the large U-shaped lounge area it works as. The sundeck, the highest point aboard, is fitted with a gorgeous Jacuzzi and sunpads, a central round table for al fresco dining and cocktails and an open but private semicircular settee on the fore deck. All of this means enough luxury and comfort to overwhelm the tastes of up to 12 guests.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is the current tech & leisure editor from Luxatic. With many years of experience under his belt, his resume also includes writing for renowned sites like The Verge, Boing Boing, Tech Times and Laptop.

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