July 20, 2011
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Who says size doesn’t matter? It does, apparently, when it comes to superyachts, as having a greater amount of space is a common aspiration for the modern-day yachtsman.
With this requirement firmly entrenched, Newcruise has revealed of its new 65-meter concept superyacht, in which space is of the essence.
Known as the ‘Stream’, this exquisitely stylish new superyacht has been designed with the interest of clients and plenty of open space in mind.
Consisting of four double en suite bedrooms, as well as two multifunctioning cabins on the lower deck, the Stream is able to accommodate plenty of guests. The superyacht’s ample living space can quarter a crew of up to 16.
Although it is on the main deck were this highly sophisticated and stylish superyacht really excels in its design. Two main cabins, which are dedicated to the yacht’s owner, are en suite and have their own dressing rooms. The main salon consists of a lounge and dining area, which is able to seat up to 18 guests, whilst the captain’s cabin and sky lounge, with a bar and decking area is located on the bridge deck.
Frank E H Neubelt, a partner of the Stream talked about how important space was when designing the new concept superyacht.
“With costs, handling and crew becoming more and more of an important issue for owners, especially experienced yacht owners, more clients are asking for alternative and cost controlled concepts. Our answer to this is the Stream 65 comfort cruiser displacement yacht concept. We aimed at creating sufficient outer deck spaces, especially with the inclusion of a beach club on the top sundeck, which includes a bar and Jacuzzi,” said Frank Neubelt.
Talking about the décor of the concept superyacht, Stream partner Katharina Raczek said:
“The interior design provides warmth and ambience thanks to indirect lighting, muted colour themes and the use of luxury materials, custom furniture designs, as well as very thoughtful detailing and exquisite decoration.”
Ample space, luxurious décor and rooms laden with light have long been synonymous with extravagance and indulgence, it therefore only seems right that such luxurious design and décor should be applied to the superyacht.