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As it will serve as a mother ship for a fleet of sports boats, Vida’s original design has been adapted to ensure the presence of a large garage. The interior has been reworked to create a larger owner’s suite while the bow of the ship has been modified and allows to hold two large racing tenders.Its sundress deck has also been raised by six inches to allow for a wider margin, a feature that will also be carried out for future models, with the resulting design carefully considered so as not to upset the perfect balance of the boat.Muscled and elegant, Vida’s exterior lines come from the great mind of Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. Like other yachts in the 55m Steel series, Vida’s profile is clean and eye-catching, with distinctive floor-to-ceiling windows offering magnificent panoramic views as they flood the interior with natural light.Beautiful in both layout and style, Vida’s interiors impress from the very first moment. Based on the architecture developed by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini, its finish and décor come from Be Design in Boca Raton, Florida and is the studio’s first interior design for luxury yachts.The superyacht can accommodate 12 people in 6 rooms including: a full-beam master suite, a VIP suite, two double rooms and two other single rooms. In addition, there will be accommodations for a 13-member crew. The maximum speed is 16 knots. Traveling at 13 knots its range is 4500 nautical miles.
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