The theme is based around the Mediterranean principality with the primary focus being the famous grand prix circuit. The idea was to recreate the circuit as a fully functional kart track able to accommodate three karts side by side to allow for plenty of overtaking. By sizing the track in this way it has driven the overall dimensions of the yacht and the placement of the famous landmarks.
The Monaco story extends beyond this exterior architecture and into the interior spaces giving a seamless transition as guests move between the
various areas of the yacht. This presentation show some early concept sketches and a variety of artist’s impressions of the final design.
`The Oasis’, located aft, acts as the main boarding point for the yacht, an expansive area modelled on the gardens just outside the Monaco
Casino. On entering the Oasis, attention is immediately drawn to the central waterfall feature consisting of upper level pools cascading
down into the lower pool and Jacuzzi. Radiating from the pool are numerous shrub lined pathways and secluded seating areas. Large
exterior windows surround the entire aft section of the oasis, extending to the full double deck height ceiling allowing natural light to
flood the space. Located forward on the lower level is the Spa, with manicure and hair salon, private massage suites, sauna/steam rooms
and a large relaxation lounge featuring a spa pool with bar. To either side of the spa entrance are located grand marble staircases and
elevator access to the mezzanine, with a cafe bar and magnificent views of the gardens below. Forward of the Cafe Bar are large porthole
windows offering unique under water views into the main external swimming pool. Opposite this feature lies access to the fully equipped
Gym which boasts uninterrupted views over the ocean. Nestled between the feature portholes and the Gym is an art lined hallway which
acts as the entranceway to `The Grand Atrium’.
`The Grand Atrium’ is the central hub of the yacht, linking the upper and lower living areas. At its centre is a large, ornate spiral staircase
which surrounds a waterfall feature that is supplied by the glass bottomed fountain from the garden area above. A small cafe/bar area
ensures this feature can be enjoyed while relaxing in comfort. The seven guest suites are located off of the lower atrium level and vary in
size, from the more modest 135 m2 suite to the grand 356 m2 VIP suites. All include their own reception room, bathroom, dressing room,
bedroom and balcony. The VIP suites have the added luxury of a private office. On the same level and located centrally to the guest suites
are the Library, Communal Office, Communal Balcony and Cinema. The upper level of the Atrium leads to the main entertainment
areas and the Owners suite. The entertainment areas comprise the Main Saloon with separate Havana room and adjoining wine cellar,
the Dining Room, Casino and Dance Hall. At the farthest end of the Atrium lies the Owners Apartment. Connected to all decks via a
private lift and spread over 3 floors, it covers a total 1460m2 of floor space. As well as the usual lounge with a feature fire place and double
height ceiling, office, bedroom, bathroom, his/hers dressing rooms, the apartment also benefits from a listening room, private courtyard,
sunroom, numerous balconies and private sundeck with a Jacuzzi/swimming pool.
This Project can meassure 155 m x 50 m and can easily extended to your special needs. Many configurations are possible and if used as a commercial tool, it will bring a high benefit to all.
Only to hand over some ideas what could be done with a Yacht Island
- Private floating Island for HNWI Owners
- Film- and Music studios
- Move the complete company to the island for tax free operation
- Owners for Casinos (they can drive out the 12nm zone)
- VIP Holiday club, only for special members
- Clinique and Wellness Center
- High end and unique level of hotel chain
- Floating horse club including a Manege