Brazilian yacht designer Jorge Jabor, has recently announced his latest 87m concept design, M/Y Aragonese.
Superyacht Arganoese, named after a seaside castle built during the medieval times and nestled in Ischia, has been created with an ‘informal’ feel, and is dedicated to family fun times and relaxation according to Jorge.
Able to accommodate up to 16 guests, the charter yacht concept features an eye-catching dark hull, with tinted windows to create ‘floating decks’. The vessel also features large floor-to-ceiling windows, to provide views of the sea. As well as this, her bow features a helipad and in her aft space there are social and leisure areas.
The concept includes six cabins, made up of two double guest cabins, two twin cabins and two VIP cabins, which can be used as large ‘His and Hers’ staterooms or split in half for two additional guest cabins. The main deck also hosts a pool area surrounded by glass doors. It features a round bar and side glass walls that can be fully opened.
The top deck of Aragonese is fully dedicated to wellness and houses both a spa and gym as well as a sauna, massage room, showers and large spa tub.
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