What the makes a yacht a luxury item it’s the precious attention to each detail. And in order to become a real luxury yacht the yacht interior must be astonishing. Today, we bring one of this astonishing yacht interior, the Navetta , built by Ferreti Group in Mondolf.
Take a look athe the top yacht interior of Navetta 28.
Natural light is the dominating element throughout the yacht’s interiors: on the main deck, a continuous glazing stretches from bow to stern, widening amidships, while a series of innovative, extraordinarily large at 1.4 square metres each, stanchion-free hull windows have been installed for the first time on this model at the height of the four guest cabins, and feature an original design thanks to two ‘invisible’ portholes that are glued on the glass itself instead of being anchored to a fibreglass frame. Designed by AYT&D in cooperation with the Italian company Amaregroup, these unique windows have passed a series of tests performed by RINA (Italian Naval Registry) to obtain the Type Approval certificate.
The owner has the opportunity on board the Navetta 28 to truly make the yacht his own, with the brand offering extensive customisation. An example of such inside is found on the main deck to starboard where, upon request, a bar area with two seats can be arranged, fitted with a sink, an icemaker and a bottle-rack/refrigerator – an optional solution aimed at letting the cockpit and the salon ‘interact’ even more with one another.
Walking further, a central U-shaped sofa can be found in this area, facing a low cabinet and an armchair. The concealing TV screen, available in sizes from 46 to 55 inches, has been installed in the ceiling. The salon, like all the other interior areas, is lit up by LED built-in lights in lacquered wood planks. But on this first hull LED light strips have been fitted
along the entire salon length. To the left, a front wall with horizontal slats separates the living area from the central lobby, from which a staircase leads both to the guest cabins and to the upper deck. Interior fittings are completed by a full-height storage cabinet for glassware. Starboard, the galley can be accessed, equipped with all necessary household appliances and a large side-by-side refrigerator, as well as a dinette area. Entrance to the galley can also be gained from the starboard outer walkway and from the crew cabins below deck.
Continuing to the interior of the lower deck, going down the stairs from the main deck, a central lobby with a mirroring wall and a wide storage cabinet is reached, leading to the four guest cabins. All cabins are fitted with top-of the-range furniture and furnishings for a maxi yacht of this size: indeed, every cabin, flooded with light.
Among many details combining aesthetic features and functional solutions on board is the circular sliding glazed door system in the panoramic dining area, located on the upper deck. This ensures flexible use of this area, allowing it to be closed towards the stern and connected to the salon or opened towards the outdoor areas. The wide sun-deck is a comfortable private deck for the owner and his guests, which upon request can be fitted with a Jacuzzi and an awning.
The upper deck can be accessed in two different ways: either via a teak-lined staircase leading from the main cockpit to the outer panoramic lounge area, fitted with free standing sofas and a coffee table, or via the inside stairs coming from the lobby on the main deck.