Fending off stiff competition, the 33m/110ft motor yacht NARVALO took first place in the category for best interior at the International Superyacht Society Awards 2016.
Building on the incredible reputation of Nauta Yachts, the latest victory marks another significant moment for the Italian designers. Recognising the sophistication of their approach to superyacht interiors, the ISS praised the team for their artful use of glass and polished steel throughout the brand new charter yacht.
A distinctly modern interior, the communal and guest spaces on board NARVALO exude a calm ambience thanks to the careful contrast of light oak and leather. As a motor yacht designed for long-range cruising, such an environment naturally provides an ideal alternative for guests to return to after enjoying the water.
Whilst comfort has clearly been made a top priority, the overall aesthetic of the interior is indisputably impressive, with a collection of thoughtfully placed artworks forming an appropriately colourful complement.
Hugely voluminous, the main salon combines the formal dining space with a dedicated lounging area. Entirely immaculate, the white finish in this section is nicely enlivened by the natural light which spills in from the large surrounding windows.
The flagship yacht from Cantiere Delle Marche, NARVALO was built for the more intrepid guests in pursuit of an adventurous private yacht charter vacation. Extending the refined elegance of her interior to her exterior spaces, the sundeck features a generously proportioned Jacuzzi as well as numerous alfresco dining spots.
With a total of five cabins, NARVALO is capable of accommodating twelve guests whilst away on charter.
Bright and engaging, the interior of superyacht NARVALO perfectly balances comfort and style