The diamond-inspired superyacht concept with an on-board ‘waterfall’

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(CNN) – Real diamonds should not float in water. But this stunning new Superyacht concept, with an on board cinema, helipad and three integrated pools, is clearly the exception to the rule.

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Designed by Italian studio Gabriele Teruzzi Yachts & Design, the Stella del Sud concept was inspired by the famous Cartier 128-carat diamond from which it takes its name.

The new presentation of the 110-metre (360 ft) vessel showcases its elegant, sharp lines, a diamond-shaped form, as well as a “luxurious side window glass design that connects all decks.”

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A rendering of the Stella del Sud concept, which features an open beach area with three connecting pools.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

The vessel’s endless glass panels are positioned to reflect light, ensuring it continues to shine.

On board, the superyacht is to be fitted with a long fourdeck that houses a helipad, along with a private lounge area with L-shaped sofa that is ideal for entertaining guests.

The main deck houses eight VIP cabins, a gym, and a piano lounge area that overlooks that impressive side window.

The 110-meter yacht concept was designed by Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio.

The 110-meter yacht concept was designed by Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

A luxurious open beach club based on the Royal Palace of Caserta, a former royal residence in southern Italy, built by the Bourbon King Charles III as a rival to Versailles, is one of its many distinguishing features .

The vast area includes three connected swimming pools on different levels, which Teruzzi describes as having a “waterfall effect”.

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The vessel has a main saloon with panoramic windows that display

The vessel has a main saloon with panoramic windows that display “rain effect” lighting at night.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

According to the design team, the vessel’s partition levels have been “strategically designed” to offer passengers a unique sea view from the main saloon, which is flanked by large panoramic windows displaying “rain effect” lighting at night. is surrounded by.

There’s also a 3,500-square-foot sun deck with a lounge area, a hot tub, as well as an al fresco dining space with a round table.

The owner's cabin has an aquarium built into the terrace above the bed.

The owner’s cabin has an aquarium built into the terrace above the bed.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

You’d expect a lavish owner’s suite on such a lavish superyacht, and the Stella del Sud doesn’t disappoint.

Occupying the majority of the bridge deck, it comes with “his and hers” bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes, and a saltwater wall, but the highlight here is undoubtedly the aquarium set in the ceiling over the bed.

time to shine?

Superyachts' sundeck will feature an outdoor dining table.

Superyachts’ sundeck will feature an outdoor dining table.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

There is also additional entertainment in the form of a cinema, which will be erected in the bilge deck to take advantage of the dark environment and ensure the best possible viewing experience on board.

Meanwhile, both sides of the hull are fitted with two shell doors that open into two separate terraces of 30 square metres.

The concept was inspired by the Cartier 128-carat diamond of the same name.

The concept was inspired by the Cartier 128-carat diamond of the same name.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

Stella del Sud is currently just a concept, but will this “shining diamond” get a chance to shine on the water in the not-too-distant future?

The team at Gabriele Teruzzi Yachts & Design has been informed about any further development with the design, but it’s certainly getting a lot of attention.

The Stella del Sud is just one of several exciting new superyachts to be unveiled over the past few weeks, which include a nature-focused symbiosis from Swiss design studio Kurt Merki, with decks filled with greenery and a 60-meter Gecko 60. Franco Genci & Partners, which resembles a Japanese pagoda.


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