We love yachts because we love the comforts of lazing on a deck and basking in the sun, and also, attaining the perfect tan. Getting a superyacht is a tough job these days because of the massive competition and the brilliance in choices. A new one to step into the market is the 40.5 meter Mondomarine Manifiq. It is built entirely in steel and has designs contributed by Dutch designer Cor D. Rover, Florence-based architecture firm Luca Dini Design and inspired by Art Deco. It features traditional materials like exotic, gloss finished hard woods, robust leather, horn and marble as well as chrome metal and lacquer. It also boasts a buffet bar, an extensible round table with fine black chairs, a large hall on the main deck with a spectacular staircase, a stateroom with a relaxing area equipped with comfortable sofa and a large wardrobe space and a marble bathroom. On the below deck there are four cabins, including two full-width VIP cabins. The upper deck has a 10-seat, Art Deco styled home cinema with a 65′ TV screen and film projector. The Fly deck layout contains a swimming pool, a central cocktail cabinet with stools and the forward relaxing area.
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