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    Darnet Design unveils the concept of 86 metre Starlight made from aluminium superstructure

  • China Aluminium Network
  • Post Time: 2019/10/9
  • Click Amount: 185

    Darnet Design has recently unveiled its latest superyacht concept – the 86 metre Starlight. Both exterior and interior design of the yacht, which features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, has been done by Darnet.

    Some of the key features of the yacht’s interior include a touch and go helicopter landing pad, 17 square metre swimming pool on the aft main deck, and beach club exceeding 100 square metres. The beach club is also equipped with two underwater observatories on the port and starboard side.

    The total accommodation capacity is for 14 guests in seven cabins. Six of them are guest cabins on the main deck and one is the owner’s stateroom on the dedicated owner’s deck. Gym, spa, sauna sit are some of the other features present on the main deck.

    The main deck can be reached via a guest lift, which runs from the main deck to the sun deck. A dumb waiter is also in service from the lower deck to the sun deck.

    Starlight’s tender garage can accommodate two luxury vehicles measuring 10 metres and eight metres, as well as three Jet Skis and additional water toys.

    Power will come from two engines totalling 3140hp for a cruising speed of 16 knots and max speed of 19 knots.

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