Following the November release of the first concepts for its “LOUNGE COLLECTION” range of explorer yachts, Chantier Naval Couach has revealed features of the 38-metre concept in the range from in-house designer Clement Carbonne.
Described as “a yacht without borders” in a press release from Couach, the yacht features an open-plan salon/dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing natural light to flood in and creating unobstructed views of its surroundings.
The designer’s aim is for the owner and guests to forget they are on a yacht, and instead to focus on the amenities and environment. Couach calls the result a “modern and uncluttered living space that reflects how owners live ashore, translating it to the unique marine surroundings.”
The 3800 LOUNGE features a “unique glass beach club door”, which Couach said is a first in yachting; it allows the space to be used by guests as a relaxed viewing area whilst the yacht is underway, with a view of the yacht’s wake and the horizon beyond.
Sleeping areas for all the guests are said to provide more of a ‘suite’ than a simple cabin, much as would be expected on land. Each suite features a dressing area, office space and large bathroom, and the master suite also includes a conceptual private walk-out balcony.
The 3800 LOUNGE exterior design includes a very large and fully customisable flybridge, with options to include a wet bar and kitchen station, Jacuzzi, lounging area and dining space. There are also two garages, for tenders and toys, to further explore the waters.
Walter Ceglia, CEO of Couach, commented, “The 3800 LOUNGE is one of our most beautiful yacht designs to date. As a key part of Couach’s new generation of talent, I have [the] utmost trust in Clement and his designs. I am particularly proud of this LOUNGE collection because it reflects Couach’s new style. As a company, Couach is truly going from strength to strength.”
For more information, visit Couach.