Fincantieri opens up about 113-meter concept Ganimede

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Julia Larikova
November 16, 2017
Italian shipyard has joint efforts with the Milan-based studio Hot Lab on the new 113-meter project inspired in a Greek myth, Ganimede, which, if completed, would make one of the world’s largest yachts ever built.

Zeus turned into an eagle to capture the most beautiful of mortals, Ganimede, and transport him to Olympus. The namesake yacht features streaming lines that evoke the profile of an eagle, most notably the in the shape of the bow reminiscent of a curved eagle's beak and the construction of the decks that seem to cascade down from the upper to the lower one like bird’s plumage.



In terms of styling, the boat’s exterior has various Art Deco elements, such as the central spiral staircase, connecting the beach club with the main deck. The 20-meter long beach club boasts a spa pool that is fed by a waterfall, which is a typical feature of Italian gardens.



The owner’s private area on the upper deck comprises a master-suite and a lounge situated between two prism-shaped pools. The helipad can be furnished and turned into another outdoor recreational area reserved for the owner. 



The interior layout wouldn’t be complete without six guest cabins on the main deck and crew accommodation on the lower deck. The yacht will have plenty of storage space for four Jet Skis and three tenders.

The 90-meter Linea developed by the British design studio Claydon Reeves and the 120-meter Private Bay by Horacio Bozzo are among other ongoing projects at Fincantieri yard.
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