The unusual wedge-like profile of Unique 71 concept yacht will instantly click with fat-pocketed individuals who want to own things that are an extension of their flamboyant personality.
Lazzarini Design Studio has displayed its concept superyacht designing prowess countless times in the past with no propitious match that comes close to theirs. That set to be challenged for once with the SkyStyle’s iteration of a stylized yacht for the rich and famous, designed in close quarters with Dension Yachting. The result of perfect harmony in thoughts between Max Pardo and Lucas Colombo, the founders of Denison Yachting and SkyStyle respectively, this sharp-featured water vessel is luxury personified to the brim. According to Denison’s Alex Clarke, “Unique 71 aims to satisfy the most challenging client. The challenge will be finding a shipyard that can understand this vision and the client’s goals.”
The two visionary personalities met at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show, and instantly their design chemistry clicked, as Denison showed great interest in the SkyStyle’s project. The 71-meters long concept yacht capable of reaching top speed of 30 knots and cruising speed of 25 knots is made up of a reinforced aluminum hull and superstructure that matches Lazzarini’s design vision toe-to-toe. This yacht is made for a luxurious getaway adventure in the summer days courtesy of the glass-wrapped sky lounge, swimming pool on the deck and space for a helipad to land. The interiors seamlessly blend into the outside views – those privacy adjustable opaque glass panels make it possible.
Up to 12 guests can have the time of their life in the cozy confines of the 13-meter beam that makes space for six cabins. It consists of a master stateroom, a VIP suite and four cabins. There’s plenty of space to socialize on the four decks which are accessible via an elevator or wraparound central staircase. What’s more? The sublime yacht has a 12-seat theatre on the main deck, sauna, gym, and an expansive swimming pool encapsulated by seating space and sun pads. The twin diesel engine-powered yacht’s crew resides in the lower deck having nine cabins with enough space for 17 members.
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