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Dal Kikin
February 6, 2019

74-meter superyacht Elandess, built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 2018, is four times winner at the 2019 BOAT International Design & Innovation Awards that was held in Cortina d'Ampezzo yesterday. The judges dedicated the famous Neptune Statue in the following categories: "Best Exterior Styling Motor Yachts 60m and above", "Best Interior Design Motor Yachts 500 GT and above", "Best General Arrangement & Deck Design", "Best Lifestyle Feature Design", according to Yacht Harbour.

“Together with Harrison Eidsgaard we are very proud to win these important awards. We would like to congratulate the owners, the designers and all our workforce who merged all their expertise into this outstanding yacht.“ said Till von Krause – Sales Director Yacht.

The brief was for a modern and spacious yacht with large lounging areas for enjoying both informal family time and entertaining on social occasions. Consequently, Elandess offers a plethora of spectacular communal spaces, ranging from the Neptune Lounge below the waterline to the 8m x 2.5m swimming pool on the very expansive sun deck. Remarkably, the yacht’s contemporary and sporty exterior profile belies her wide open plan spaces and flexible living areas which feature large floor-to ceiling panoramic windows.

“Walking through Elandess, no two spaces feel the same; each area has its own character creating drama and interest at every turn. The interior of Elandess has been described as having soul!” comments Harrison Eidsgaard.

Harrison Eidsgaard about this very special place: “Being connected to the water is felt most impressively in the Neptune lounge; within this underwater amphitheater sits a tiered dark blue sofa that flows and grows up and over the ceilings to frame the 3m high, 4.5m wide windows out to spectacular views below and above the waterline.”