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Best Luxury Yachts
Let’s have a look inside Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht
Jan 24, 2019
Maison Valentina Diamond Freestanding

The Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht  sure has one of the best interior design works ever seen on a luxury yacht. It’s an example of a concept which successfully fuses style and comfort in one space.

Let's have a look inside Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht

Built on the year of 2018 by Tankoa Yachts, this ship had both her exterior and exterior designed by the hands of Francesco Paszkowski. The vessel has the capacity for up to 12 guests in 6 rooms. When it comes to the crew she can shelter up to 18 crew onboard.

Let's have a look inside Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht

The guest rooms include a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins, and also 2 twin cabins. Among some of her relevant features are a Beach Club, a Sauna and Swimming pool, a Touch-n-go Helipad, a Massage Room, a GYM, a cinema, and a Library.

Let's have a look inside Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht

This ship is defined as an example of “timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout” which are successful in creating an elegant and comfortable atmosphere. Her color palette choices really do make her more sophisticated being a mix of monochrome with low-lighting.Let's have a look inside Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht

The path to her path to the upper deck saloon is set to go through a black marble staircase where one can pass by a female nude statue. Once there, one can see the moody lighting, muted tones and earthy fabrics which set the sophistication of this division. The same feel can be felt at the main saloon where a modern, understated glass dining table is waiting for the guests.

Let's have a look inside Tankoa M/Y Solo yacht

The owner’s cabin may be minimalistic looking at first, but it quickly becomes a stunning sight once you see the floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as her two vast skylights, which allow lots of natural light inside.

In the case of the VIP cabin, it has a more singular feat of design, presenting itself as a space of dark textures and subtle light streams floor-to-ceiling artworks and a cavernous bed with an overhanging lighting feature.

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