When it comes to boats, this one is the GOAT.
Italian design studio Gabriele Teruzzi Yachts & Design has revealed renderings for a lavish new luxury vessel built in the image of Cartier’s rare 128-carat diamond.
The 361-foot superyacht, “Stella Del Stud,” is arguably even more decadent than its dazzling inspiration — with fittings that rival those inside the homes of the rich and famous. In exchange for its cool $110 million price tag, the watercraft offers a helipad, a movie theater and eight VIP guest cabins. There are also two waterfall features: An actual waterfall that “emerges from the superstructure” and three swimming pools connected in a way that gives them a waterfall-like effect, Superyacht Times reported.
The ship’s lower decks are host to an array of other over-the-top amenities — including a massage room, a gym, a sauna and a steam room. There’s also the bar, a Jacuzzi and relaxing beds-equipped “Aqua Room,” which is built of teak and painted in dark blue tones with gold contrast.
On the foredeck, in addition to the helipad, there’s also a lounge area and a swimming pool, while the sun deck boasts another Jacuzzi — this one a custom “infinity” Jacuzzi — and a round dining table for alfresco meals. Toward the stern, a more-than 3,200-square-foot deck takes its inspiration from Italy’s Royal Palace of Caserta and offers more lounge space, as well as the tiered waterfall-like swimming pool.
The primary suite spans most of the bridge deck. It features dual bathrooms, each with its own Jacuzzi and walk-in wardrobes, the outlet reported. There is also a private office outfitted with light wood and custom gold sculptures. Above the main bed, there’s even an aquarium.
Other elements include a double-height living area, a custom spiral staircase, a piano lounge and nine staterooms — which are luxurious, but not as luxurious as the VIP ones.
The interior design is reportedly inspired by the Art Deco style, the exterior by jewels. Other elements take their inspiration from peacock feathers, according to the outlet.
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