Exterior Design: Pastrovich Studio Interior Design: Pastrovich Studio Naval Architecture: Studio Lostuzzi Shipyard: Sly Yacht
The conformation of this boat’s aft cockpit lets everyone express himself in his favourite way and enjoying his holiday.
The idea of 42 Fun follows a very clear choice of design: managing the space to give the maximum comfort. The yact has a fast hull, supported by an easy-to-use rigging system, a self-rolling mainsail boom to maintain the battens and self-tacking jib. A deck layout that makes the most of the external space and an open space inside. …Read More
On the external deck, the different spaces have been integrated without creating interference during sail. With this goal in mind, the work area has the winches positioned between the wheels and the seats, so they can be manoeuvered without disturbing guests. As well as that, the winches are operated standing up protected by the deck house side bulwark.
The plan shape of the deck house is a pronounced arrow shape, narrow at the bow and wide in the stern so as to widen the space between the outside sofas and at the same time, make the look of the deck house more aggressive.
Widening the arrow-shaped deck house like this, in the outside seating area, I replaced the classic central table with two lateral tables which can be lifted up and down, so there is always room to walk around the center of the boat. The L-shaped sofas facilitate conversation between people as the position of the sofas at home. The tables can then lowered to the level of the benches to form wide sofa. Having positioned two tables, one can be used for drinks and the other one, lowered to stretch out in comfort. All these configurations still leave the central longitudinal passage for going down into the cabin. If we have lots of friends to dinner, the two tables can fit together so eight people can eat in comfort.
An outside fridge is positioned on the starboard side of the deck house before the entry to the lower deck, easily accessible to a person seated outside. Towards evening, the sun begins to cool, leaving the stage to the aperitif; people chat, joke and enjoy the view. Everyone has their own way of relaxing; some sitting down, some stretched out on a sofa, some standing up and others with their feet up, sitting on the open stern transom.