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Its design was curated by Francesco Paszkowksi who experimented with a combination of playful and well-defined lines on the S501 range, of which the yacht is part, which give Vertige a powerful and elegant look without ostentation.Despite its aggressive and sharp appearance, the ship is designed to ensure large indoor and outdoor spaces. The Vertige Bridge is one of the largest on-board entertainment areas and is perfectly suitable for parties and receptions at any time of the day. The same goes for the aft area of the main deck which becomes a beautiful terrace from which to admire the sunset. The Vertige beach club area is a real treat for those who like to enjoy the sea in pure Mediterranean style, overlooking the water’s fur in complete relaxation.The interior was designed by Margherita Casprini along with Paszkowski according to the specifications of the owner who wanted a "modern but warm" environment. Quality raw materials and sensual textures have been used to create a sophisticated and welcoming atmosphere, while the high-shine surfaces and use of metal create the contemporary atmosphere required by the owner.Vertige is finished with a six-cabin layout and includes a magnificent master suite, a VIP suite, and four guest cabins on the lower deck. With a top speed of 16.5 knots, Vertige can sail undisturbed for 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots, keeping noise and vibration levels low on board.
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