This yacht which currently belongs to Paola and Salvatore Trifirò has one of the most beautiful and interesting interior designs of all time. Today we have a look inside the superyacht Ribelle.
The superyacht Ribelle is a 32.6 meter Malcolm McKeon design product which was built by the Dutch yard Vitters in carbon composite. Paola, one of the owners of this vessel, describes sailing on it as “living a dream.”
This ship is both meant for both high-performance racing and relaxed cruising and for managing to correspond to both these factors she has a hybrid system accompanied with two lightweight generators as well as a fine-tuned lithium-ion battery package.
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Ribelle’s modern naval architecture and exterior design all came from the drawing boards of Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design. When it comes to the interior design it was made by Remi Tessier whose work has shaped motor yacht interiors.
The three cabins provide enough room for six guests. There are also are additional quarters for a crew of five people. The master suite even has a walkaround bed placed in a slightly lowered position. We can also see that the ambient lights that give the furniture a suspended appearance which is a lovely visual effect.
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The saloon of this vessel is probably one of the greatest things about the interior design of the ship. Paola has even described the visual effect this space has particularly during nighttime. “The copper in Ribelle’s saloon gleams like gold at night and reflects the stars that shine through the glass”.
Probably one of the most notable features of the vessel which belongs to Paola and Salvatore Trifirò is the fact that its galley is designed around kitchen machines. In this division, we can find a blast chiller for proper food conservation and an instant water boiler both of which are practical equipment for preparing a quick snack on board.