Italian designer Luca Vallebona has unveiled a new full-aluminum superyacht concept called Gravity. Described as a “functional” design that “enhances the usability of the spaces”, Gravity features a vertical bow with a clean, sleek profile.
Generous outdoor spaces are a key feature, with lounging areas found on the sundeck, on the aft lower deck beach club and the bow area, which features touch-and-go-helipad and houses the tender garage. It is big enough to host an 8.5m tender alongside a 6m boat furthermore, a 4.20m rescue tender and four jet skis.
Inside, the yacht features saloons on the lower, main and upper decks, with the possibility of accommodation of 14 guests in VIP, single or double rooms. The main deck-located galley has a full height window on one side, which allows guests to watch the chef at work. The crew area is located on the main deck and is equipped with two side doors for access to the bow of the yacht and mooring operations.
The yacht’s propulsion is composed of two Caterpillar 3512 that meet IMO III requirements. The cruising speed is 14 knots, and the maximum speed is 16 knots, operating range is 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.