Recently new images of the 28-meter yacht Freedom have been unveiled. This wonderful vessel belongs to Italian designer Roberto Cavalli and today we’re having a closer look at the interior of the ship.
This yacht was launched last year as fully-custom design ship made by Cavalli himself in a collaboration work with fellow designer Tommaso Spadolini. The main idea behind the design of this vessel was to maximize the contact with the sea while at the same time assuring the necessary privacy of the owner. In the matter of privacy, it’s to note that Cavalli took care of that part, by designing an aft cockpit with floor to ceiling curtains.
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The interiors were created by Cavalli and they feature fabric and leather finishes and bulkheads assuring the best comfort and luxury for the Italian designer. The main deck owner’s suite is one of the first amazing sights when it comes to yacht interior design enhanced by the presence of central skylight and four large windows which allow astonishing views of the sea.
On the lower deck, you can find the dining area as well as two guest cabins for four guests and the crew quarters. These guest cabins feature customized furniture exclusive from the Roberto Cavalli Home collection with the same beautiful mix of animal patterns and metalwork that gives the divisions a more chic touch to them.
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The main deck has the advantage of having four slope steps created with the purpose of making the beach area and the main lounge seem closer to the water. Who wouldn’t like to explore a yacht like this, right?