The 70 meters superyacht project Aurea is the first collaboration between the Italian design firm Pininfarina and Rossinavi shipyard. The project aka custom-made artwork, was revealed at SuperYacht Gallery, in London.
The concept reinterprets innovatively the distribution of the volumes of a 70 metres, in particular the superstructures. The boat’s shape is harmonious and dynamic at the same time thanks to the elegant helical bands that characterize the superstructures linking the bridges. The upper band, for example, frames the bridge and then goes downstairs, harmoniously joining the owner’s deck, creating a lavish scenic effect that integrates the outer connecting staircases to the upper deck, where Eli-Deck is expected.
The full and empty volumes are harmoniously connected by elegant and sinuous shapes creating both in the interior spaces and in the areas of the bridges some corners of great fascination and particularly suggestive views, offering new and unexpected opportunities to employ and enjoy the spaces and maximizing the thrill of sailing and life on board. At the level of the owner’s deck, terraces protected appropriately by front windows open at the center of the ship, with an appeal to the theme of the bow-window, thus giving a direct view to the bow.
The guests cabins are located at the main part of the main deck, which features a longitudinal balcony covered with a folding bullwark to offer guests an outdoor private space during cruising and harbor. The hull’s shape is also suitably shaped by integrating the longitudinal balcony and offering, through large windows, a vision on the side and the bow from the inside of the cabins. The hull’s chamfered shape evolves from the bow to the stern, framing a lamellar staircase that characterizes the transom with a detail inspired by the shapes of nature and at the same time reminding some Pininfarina typical car design details.