The “Here Comes The Sun” yacht, designed by Visionnaire, showcases exceptional craftsmanship and seamless technological integration, redefining the standards of luxury and sustainability in the yachting industry.
Designed to embrace the interplay between the sun and the sea, the 89-meter yacht called “Here Comes The Sun”, provides overall onboard experience from dining salon, bar and lounge area to cinema, pool and wellness center. Visionnaire has taken part in the interior design and furnishing of the yacht, applying the sartorial approach to the creation of unique yet reproducible objects. Transforming dreams into reality, Visionnaire has built a space which connects humans and nature. The theme and inspiration for this project was the complete interplay between the yacht itself and the surroundings of the sea. A place to feel like `Home, Away from Home’.
“Every project is different from another and we strive to create the perfect one for each and every client. The particular ability of Visionnaire to create one-of-a-kind projects, finds a natural outlet in the production of exclusive boats. Every yachting project is different from the others, because every yachtsman, our client, is an individual. The formulation of a vessel involves the same parameters as the design of a home: uniqueness, exclusivity and personalization, based on identity and dreams. To make an abode for dreams means having in-depth knowledge of the people who will live there.” explains Eleonore Cavalli, Art Director and Co-Founder, Visionnaire.
The yacth includes a main deck with swimming pool, a main living room and bar area, an office, seven guestrooms, two VIP staterooms with private wellness spaces and balconies, a cinema room, gym area, and of course the master cabin with a walk-in closet, living room and terrace dedicated to her and a wellness area dedicated to him.
The owner’s living room features the Bastian Dual sofa and Atreyu low table with the “envelope” element in dialogue with two Auryn small tables, designed by Mauro Lipparini, establishing a colour harmony with the sea, perfectly seen in the panoramic windows. The Kerwan dining table by Alessandro La Spada is a gem of the room, combining metal and marble concave and convex forms. The master bedroom with its neutral hues promotes a deeper sense of relaxation. Purely white Bastian bed by Mauro Lipparini contributes to overall balance and elegance. In the office, passengers can combine both work and leisure. Comfortable Planet office chair by Steve Leung allows one to concentrate on business while Whitney armchair by Fabio Bonfà is an armchair where it’s possible to have rest, reading a book.
“For the colour palette we decided to be very neutral but with bold accents of deep blue and azure, perfectly matching with the ocean. On the material’s side we opted for those suitable for the yachting sector with high standards of efficiency and durability, but also with a focus on the recycled materials. For instance, the Neive fabric – used for the upholstery for the Adele armchairs by Marco Piva – from the Re-Generation project, a book entirely dedicated to those fabrics and leathers that meet low environmental impact criteria.
The yacht is equipped with the latest generation of technological equipment’s – such as, for instance, the audio system for the cinema area – but also on the singlemanufact. Actually, Visionnaire pays a lot of attention and research on this aspect, creating products not only with an aesthetic impact but with great intrinsic technological innovations. Such as the Kerwan dining table by Alessandro La Spada, a sculpture table made of marble that stands out for a special characteristic, which is the curvature of the marble legs obtained from a slab and not from block – by exploiting the elastic capability of the stone – avoiding a substantial waste of material.
“Of course, as I was mentioning before there is a cinema area and a SPA area with hammam and turkish bath but also with a hair dressing salon with massage room in the adjacent area. On the sundeck we find a gym space realized in collaboration with technogym, facing a beautiful terrace featuring our Galloway set of sofas and armchairs by Maurizio Manzoni and Roberto Tapinassi and the Kathryn upholstered family by Giuseppe Viganò, outdoor collections which foster a sense of wellbeing thanks to the thoughtful selection of materials. A perfect place for sunbathing or reading a book in complete and total relaxation”, concludes, Eleonore Cavalli
The “Here Comes The Sun” yacht, with its visionary interior design, exceptional craftsmanship, and technological integration, sets new standards for luxury and sustainability in the world of yachting. With its profound connection to nature and a personalized approach to design, it truly epitomizes a home on the high seas for its discerning clientele.