Italian designer Luca Vallebona has revealed a new superyacht concept named Gravity.
Measuring 61.5 metres with an 11.2 metre beam, the project is now at an “advanced stage”, Vallebona said.
Described as a “functional” design that “enhances the usability of the spaces”, Gravity features a vertical bow with a clean, sleek profile.
Generous outdoor spaces are a key feature, with lounging areas found on the sundeck, on the aft lower deck beach club and the bow area, which features both a bow pool and helipad
Inside, the yacht features saloons on the lower, main and upper decks, while the main deck-located galley has a full height window on one side, which allows guests to watch the chef at work.
The crew area and crew mess are located on the main deck forward and feature two side doors for access to the yacht’s bow and mooring operations
Accommodation meanwhile is for a total of 14 guests in three VIPs, one twin and two doubles, as well as the ultra-private owner’s cabin on the upper deck.
The concept comes after Vallebona presented his TLV62 project in collaboration with Tankoa in December last year.
The TLV62 concept features a steel hull, aluminium superstructure and massive 1100GT interior.