Bliss superyacht offers optimum comfort with minimalistic classy interiors


Yachting Developments in New Zealand have launched the latest superyacht from naval architect Ed Dubois. Christened Bliss, this composite sailing superyacht features interiors done by Design Unlimited. The interiors are stylish and futuristic and totally a class apart. The color scheme of the luxury yacht is white, silver and blue with accents of chocolate in the guest accommodation. Unlike many yachts that feature wooden finishes, the finishes used for Bliss’s wall panels and furniture include Spinneybeck and Edelman leathers and Alma shagreen. The customized glass pieces from Fusion Glass blend beautifully with the lacquered bulkhead finishes to give this yacht and elegant and sophisticated look. Comfort is the main criterion of this luxury yacht. Besides amazing views, the main saloon features many large white leather sofas for seating and relaxing. Texture has been offered by new Majilite finishes, scatter cushions and soft rugs.

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The entertaining area comprises of a stylish, large and well equipped space with a breakfast bar which opens on to the crew mess for ease of use. The master suite is an elegant space with his and hers en‐suite shower rooms together with a pullman aft. There also two separate en‐suite guest cabins. What is more, via a unique hidden sliding wall, the master cabin can be converted into two separate cabins. The owners lobby stands apart with paneled walls with polished stainless grooves and an original stunning owner‐specified full height artwork.
A yacht with the most lavish and luxurious interiors, it is truly a class apart.
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